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DtNIAL SUhGtRV 



TWENTY-EIGHTH 

3 
Annual c^lnnouncement and Catalogue 

OF THE 

DENTAL DEPARTMENT « 

OF THE 

Jniversitjr of cTWaryland 



Northeast Corner Lombard and Greene Streets 
BALTIMORE, MD. 



SESSION 1909-1910 



;al Practitioners and others Desiring to Receive the Annual Catalogue Regularly 
are requested to send their Names and Addresses to the Dean. 



HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRA** 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLANB 
R friTiMORE 




The University of Maryland, 

N. E. Corner Lombard and Greene Streets, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND is represented by five departments, each 
having a distinct Faculty of Instruction. 

1st. THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS at Annapolis, Maryland. 

St. John's College, Annapolis, Md., founded in 1696, is by affiliation styled the 
Department of Arts and Sciences. The curriculum leads to the degree of Bachelor 
or Master of Arts or Science. 

2nd. THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE in Baltimore, Md. 

This school was established in Baltimore, Md., in 1807, and offers a high 
grade course in medicine, leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine, and 
extending over a period of four years. It represents the DEPARTMENT OF 
MEDICINE. 

3rd. THE SCHOOL OF LAW in Baltimore, Md. 

The schcol was opened in 1S22 and is designed by means of a course of study 
covering three years to qualify its students for the degree of Bachelor of Laws and 
for a successful practice of the Law. It represents the DEPARTMENT OF LAW. 

4th. THE DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY was established in 1S41 and 
affiliated with the School of Physic in 19C4. 

5th. THE DEPARTMENT OF DENTISTRY was founded in 18S2, and is de- 
signed to teach the art of dentistry as an integral part of the School of Physic. 
The course of study leading to the degree of Doctor of Cental Surgery covers a 
period of three years. 



Regents of the University. 



BERNARD CARTER, LL. D. Provost. 



RICHARD M. VENABLE, Esq. 
HON. JOHN P. POE. 

FERDINAND J. S. GORGAS, M. D., D. D. S. 
JAMES H. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. 
R. DORSEY COALE, Ph. D. 
RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M. D., LL. D. 
HON. HENRY D. HARLAN. 
EDGAR H. GANS, Esq. 
L. E. NEALE, M. D., LL. D. 
CHARLES W. MITCHELL, M. D. 
THOMAS A. ASHBY, M. D. 
WM. T. BRANTLY, Esq. 
J. HOLMES SMITH, M. D. 
DAVID M. R. CULBRETH, M. D., Ph. G. 
JOHN C. HEMMETER, M. D., Ph. D., LL. D. 
CHARLES CASPARI, Jr., Phar. D. 
DANIEL BASE, Ph. D. 
HENRY P. HYNSON, Ph. G. 
HON. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE. 
HON. J. WIRT RANDALL, LL. D. 
PHILEMON H. TUCK, Esq. 
THOMAS FELL, Ph. D., LL. D., D. C. L. 



The University Council 



THE CHANCELLOR, 

HON. AUSTIN L. CROTHERS. 
Governor of Maryland. 

THE PRO-CHANCELLOR, 

HON. BERNARD CARTER, LL. D. 

THE VICE-CHANCELLOR, 

THOMAS FELL, Ph. D., LL. D., D. C. L. 

President of St. John's College. 

PROFESSORS B. V. CECIL and C. W. STRYKLR. 
For St. John's College. 

PROFS. R. DORSEY COALE, Ph. D., and R. WINSLOW, A. M.. M. D., LL. D. 
For School of Medicine. 



PROFESSORS JOHxN P. POE and W. T. BRANTLY. 
For School of Law. 

PROFESSOR F. J. S. GORGAS, A. M, M. D., D. I). S., 
For School of Dentistry. 

PROFESSOR CHARLES CASPAU1, Jr., Ph. G., 
For School of Pharmacy. 






Til.- above council formulates the scheme of studies to be pursued by students 
desiring both an academic and a professional, or scientific degree. • 



FACULTY OF THE DENTAL DEPARTMENT. 



FERDINAND J. S. GORGAS, A. M., M. D., D. D. 8., 
Professor of Principles of Dental Science, Oral Surgery and Dental Prosthesis. 

JAMES H. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S., 
Professor of Operative Dentistry. 

R. DORSEY COALE, A. M., Ph. D., 
Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy. 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, A. M., M. D., 
Clinical Professor of Oral Surgery. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, A. M., M. D., 
Professor of Anatomy. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M. D., Ph. D., LL. D. 
Professor of Physiology. 

TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M. D., D. D. S., 
Professor of Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

JOHN C. UHLER, M. D., D. D. S., 
Associate Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry. 

ISAAC H. DAVIS, M. D., D. D. S., 
Professor of Clinical Dentistry and Orthodontia. 

J. S. GEISER, D. D. S., 
Demonstrator of Operative Technics. 

HOWARD EASTMAN, D. % D. S., 
Demonstrator of Prosthetic Technics. 

L. WHITING FARINHOLT, D. D. S., 
Demonstrator of Crown-Bridge, Porcelain and Inlay Work. 

CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D. D. S., 
Demonstrator of Histology, Pathology and Bacteriology Laboratory Work. 

WILLIAM A. REA, D. D. S., 
Chief Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

FRANCIS J. VALENTINE, D. D. S., 
Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

S. WHITEFORD MOORE, D. D. S., ! 

Demonstrator of Anaesthesia. 

G. O. HILDEBRAND, D. D. S. E. JEROME JENKINS, D. D. S. 

GEORGE F. DEAN, D. D. S. WILBERT PRICE, D. D. S. 

L. J. ROBERTSON, D. D. S. PRESTON SCARBOROUGH, D. u. S. 

J. E. HERONEMUS, D. D. S. E. B. HOWELL, D. D. S. 

A. MARVIN BELL, M. D., D. D. S. THOMAS FOLEY, D. D. S. 

LAMBERT KUMLE, D. D. S. J. W. HARROWER, D. D. S. 
Assistant Dental Demonstrators. 

H. M. FITZHUGH, M. D., 

Associate Professor and Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

J. W. HOLLAND, M. D., 

Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

Crown and Bridge-Work, Porcelain Work, Inlay Work and Continuous Gum 

Work are especially demonstrated by experienced Instructors. 

At stated times during the Regular Sessions a number of distinguished Dental 
Practioners hold Clinics and deliver Lectures. 

The members of the different State Boards of Dental Examiners are invited to 
visit the school on all occasions. 

F. J. S. GORGAS, M. D., D. D. S. 

Dean of the Dental Department of the University of Maryland. Hamilton 
Terrace, 845 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md., or University of Maryland Dental De- 
partment, Greene and Lombard Sts. 



BRIEF HISTORICAL SKETCH. 



The history of a University becomes not only interesting, but also instructive, 
when, after an existence of a century, its record becomes a chronicle of important 
events, and its list of Alumni contains the names of men who have occupied some 
of the most prominent positions in their respective professions, and who have also 
been honored at home and abroad for scientific achievements and valuable dis- 
coveries. 

The period directly following the great struggle for liberty in this country 
was distinguished by the organization of professional schools in Medicine, Law and 
Theology. It was during such a period that the University of Maryland can trace 
its origin. 

Since St. John's College has been affiliated with the University of Maryland 
there is a lineage which goes back much further than a century, as St. John's Col- 
lege was founded in 1739, it being the outgrowth from King Williams College, 
founded in 1696, so that through its connections, the University of Maryland reaches 
back to almost the earliest period of American history. 

The idea of establishing a Medical School iii' Maryland originated with that 
eminent physician, Dr. John Beale Davidge, as early as 1796, who also succeeded 
in interesting in such an enterprise the equally eminent Dr. Nathaniel Potter, and 
other prominent men. Courses of Medical Lectures were annually delivered until 
1807, when the Board of Regents and the Faculty secured a charter from the 
Legislature of the State of Maryland. In 1812 the present University Building, in 
imitation of the Pantheon at Rome, was begun, and the ensuing Session was held 
in the partially completed building. In the same year the Legislature of Mary- 
land passed an act authorizing the Medical School to connect and annex to itself 
three other schools — Law, Divinity and Arts and Sciences, thus constituting by 
name and title the University of Maryland. 

The first Provost of the University was the Hon. Robert Smith, who had occu- 
pied the position of Secretary of State of the United States. The second Provost 
was the Right Rev. James Kemp, D. D., who conferred the Honorary Degree of 
LL. D. upon Lafayette in the University Building, October 24, 1824, during the last 
visit of that illustrious Frenchman to this country. The illustrious Chief Justice, 
Roger B. Taney, Dr.. Ashton Alexander and John P. Kennedy, the latter having a 
high reputation m the literary world, followed as Provosts until 1870. 

Tne Honorable Severn Teackle Wallis, LL. D., one of the most intellectual men 
of his day and a distinguished jurist, occupied the position of Provost from 1870 
until his death, in 1894. 

The present Provost, Bernard Carter, LL. D., is^one of the most eminent mem- 
bers of the legal profession in this country. 

The University Hospital, erected in 1823, was succeeded in 1896 by the present 
large and handsome structure, which, in. accommodations, equipment and appear- 
ance, will compare favorably with any. other in this country. 

The Law Department, which occupies a separate building on the University 
grounds, was chartered in 1823, and among its Faculty and Alumni are many of 
the most able jurists of the State of Maryland. 

In 1882 the Legislature of Maryland chartered the Dental School as one of the 
Departments of the University. The first Dental Building was erected during that 
year, and no less than four additions were made to it before it was torn down to 
erect the present new building in 1904. The first session of the Dental Department 
was held in 1882, with over sixty students; the latter classes have since numbered 
hundreds. In 1821 and 1822 the first dental lectures in America were delivered in 
the University of Maryland, and in 1835 a regular course of dental lectures was 
delivered in this University by Dr. Horace H. Hayden, who was also the first den- 
tal practitioner registered to practice his profession in the United States, and was 
afterward associated with Dr. Chapin A. Harris in organizing the first Dental 
College in the world. The University of Maryland was, therefore, the first to give 
instructions in Dentistry. 

The Maryland College of Pharmacy was established in 1841 and was affiliated 
with the university of Maryland in 1893, as the Department of Pharmacy. This 
School of Pharmacy is one of the most efficient and successful in this country. 



Announcement. 

1909=1910. 



The Twknty i.h.in ii Regulab ob Winteb Coubse of Instruction i\ the 
University 01 Maryland Dental Department will begin on Friday, October 
1st, 1909, and continue for seven months, irrespective of vacations. The ANNUAL 
COMMENCEMENT will be held at the close of the regular session. During the ses- 
sion there will be a vacation from the 24th of December to the 2nd of January. The 
class Examinations are held in November, January and April of each session. 

The Spring and Summer Course wMl begin at the close of the Winter Session 
and continue until the opening of the Regular Session. 

In presenting the Annual Announcement of the Dental Department of the 
University of Maryland for the Collegiate year 1908-1909, the Faculty are gratified 
to be able to state that their efforts to provide a thorough and practical course of 
instruction for dental students have received the approval of the best men in the 
dental profession, and been highly appreciated by those in attendance on the lec- 
tures, clinics and demonstrations of the course. The energetic efforts made to 
secure completeness in every department of this school have resulted in a pros- 
perity which is truly gratifying, and which affords indisputable evidence that the 
methods of instruction adopted have received the sanction of the profession and 
accomplished the results anticipated in thoroughly instructing the student in ail 
'that pertains to the science and art of dentistry. 

The hundreds of graduates of this College of Dentistry are now located in 
almost every part of the civilized world, and by their ability have established a high 
reputation for themselves, and also for their Alma Mater. 

The instruction in the University of Maryland Dental Department embraces a 
graded course of three sessions, and includes all subjects which comprise the 
theory and practice of Dental Surgery. 

Practical Infirmary and Laboratory operations are combined with theory as 
taught in didactic lectures and clinics, and hence require personal contact with 
patients. The Infirmary practice of this School will compare favorably with that 
of any other dental college in this country. 

The curriculum proper is arranged strictly with a view to prepare students 
for dental practice, and the facilities for practice, as well as for theoretical instruc- 
tion, are ample. 

Connected with, and the students enjoying all the advantages of one of the 
oldest Universities in this country, the Faculty of this Dental Department can offer 
to its matriculates such a thorough, systematic and practical dental education as 
the present advanced science and art of dentistry demands. 

The rapid advance of the art and science of dental surgery, and the recognition 
of it by the leading Medical Associations as a specialty of Medicine, as well as the 
desire of every reputable dental practioner to have it accepted as such, renders it 
necessary to increase the facilities by which dental students can acquire not only a 
thorough knowledge of the profession of their choice, but also a knowedge of the 
collateral sciences. By placing dental surgery, as connected with oral surgery, in a 
position where it is accepted as a department of medicine, its status is exalted, a 
larger number of intellectual men enter its ranks and a new impetus of thought and 
investigation is thereby created. 

The instruction in both Operative and Prosthetic Dentistry is as thorough as it 
is possible to make it, and embraces everything pertaining to dental art. The 
advantages which the surgical clinics, both general and oral (to which the dental 
students are admitted, as indeed to all the lectures of the University) afford, can- 
not be overestimated. Annually an attendance of many thousand Patients in the 
Out-Patient Department, in addition to the Ward patients, are treated in the large 
University Hospital, which assists in furnishing an abundance of material for the 
Dental Infirmary and Laboratory practice. 



The New Dental Building, completed in 1904, is situated on an elevated site 
on the N. E. corner of Lombard and Greene srteets, and is especially convenient in 
reach from all lines of travel, both general and city. It is lighted by both electricity 
and gas, and all its rooms are easily accessible. This building is heated by steam, 
and no expense has been spared in its equipment. It contains a large Dental 
Infirmary or Operating Room (100-33) lighted from the North, West, South and 
East, and is furnished with a full complement of Wilkerson Operating Chairs, all 
having an unobstructed light; also, an additional Dental Lecture Hall, with 
elevated seats. Also, the Dental Museum, Clinic Rooms, Extracting Room, 
Impression Room, Reception Rooms, Assembly and Reading Room, Technic Room, 
Toilet Rooms, Patients' and Students' private Rooms, Halls and Stairways. Also, 
separate Senior, Junior and Freshmen Laboratories, Pathological, Histological, 
Bacteriological and Chemical Laboratories and the office of the Dean. Private 
lockers and drawers secure the safety of the instruments, books and clothing of the 
students. The Lecture Halls in the University Building are capable of accom- 
modating hundreds of students, being large and well lighted. 

The large and interesting Dental Museum of the University contains many 
specimens of peculiar interest to dental students, and compares favorably, on 
account of the large donations of valuable dental, pathological and other speci- 
mens received from this and foreign countries, with that of any other dental 
institution. 

Working Chemical, Pathological and Histological, Physiological and Bac- 
teriological Laboratories, for the instruction of students during and between ses- 
sions, are conducted under the immediate supervision of the Professors of those 
chairs. 

Adjacent to the. Dental Infirmary and Laboratory Building and separated from 
it only by the width of a street, is the extensive and modern University Hospital, 
in which are daily held the surgical and other clinics, affording the dental student 
opportunities of witnessing every variety of general and oral surgical operations, 
as it is one of the largest institutions for the care of the sick in the city of Balti- 
more; and the trained nurses, to whom are confided the domestic management 
of the institution, are everywhere favorably known as tender and skillful. 

The Professors of the Faculty of Physic are connected with a number of Charity 
Hospitals, the inmates or which also add to the number of dental patients. All 
dental patients are operated on by the student under the careful supervision of 
the Professors and Demonstrators, and the expenses attending such operations 
are borne by the University. The benefits of such a large Infirmary and Laboratory 
practice as this institution affords to the dental student cannot be overestimated, 
and the sources from which the Dental Department of the University of Maryland 
obtains an ample supply of dental panents are so numerous and well assured that 
the facilities for the acquirement of practical skill in this institution cannot be 
surpassed. 

The Dental Infirmary and Laboratories are open daily (except Sundays) during 
the entire year lor the reception of patients, and the practice of dental 'students 
has increased to such an extent that all in attendance during the regular and summer 
sessions have an abundance of practical work in both operative and prosthetic 
dentistry. The means of practical instruction have already assumed such large 
proportions that the supply has been beyond the needs of the large classes in 
attendance, and during the past sessions it has often been necessary to turn away 
patients. The exceedingly large number of patients who visit the Infirmary to have 
teeth extracted affords every student ample opportunities for such practice. Spe- 
cial days each week of the sessions are devoted to instruction and lectures in 
Crown-and-Bridge-work, Plastic, Metal, Continuous Gum, Metallo-Plastic, Porcelain 
and Aluminum work. 



Course of Study. 



Dental Pathology, Oral Surgery, Dental Prosthesis. 

PROF. FERDINAND J. S. GORGAS, M. D., D. D. S. 

The course of instruction from this Chair will include the histology of the 
dental organs, bacteriology, and all the details connected with the etiology, 
pathology and treatment of the morbid conditions, and structural changes of the 
teeth, alveolar processes, etc., particularly the special pathology, diagnosis and 
treatment of all dental diseases, and the local etfects upon the dental organs of 
general constitutional and hereditary disease; the local constitutional effects of the 
eruption of the teeth, the special application of all medical agents employed in 
dental practice. Also, all that pertains to Dental Prosthesis, such as the prepara- 
tion and treatment of the mouth for artificial dentures; the construction of arificial 
dentures on the different bases in use, such as vulcanite, celluloid, gold work and 
continuous gum work, etc, embracing the entire procedure, from taking the impres- 
sion to the completion of the case, and its proper adjustment to the mouth. Also, 
the properties, alloys and dental uses of the various metals used in the laboratory 
will be fully described in daily lectures. In conjunction with the lectures, complete 
and thorough instructions in all forms of metal and combination work, Crown-and- 
Bridge-work, Continuous Gum, Porcelain and Plastic work will be given in the 
laboratory practice by competent instructors. Special lectures, as well as demon- 
strations in Crown-and-Bridge-work, Porcelain-work, Inlay-work, and the correc- 
tion of the irregularities of the teeth are delivered each week of the session. 



OPERATIVE DEN1STRY. 

PROF. JAMES H. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. 

The course from this Chair will comprise a thorough, practical instruction in 
all dental operations such as filling, extracting, pivoting and regulating the teeth; 
the filling of pulp canals; the treatment of alveolar abscess, diseased pulps, etc. 
All proper methods for performing operations on the teeth and tissues involved will 
be demonstrated at regular clinics. The various forms and qualities of gold and 
other metals will be carefully considered, and the kixd best suited for each par- 
ticular case thoroughly explained and practically deacoxstrated in operations 
known to the profession. The advantages and disadvantages of each particular 
form of gold will be carefully scrutinized. The methods of manipulating cohesive 
and non-cohesive, or soft, gold foils will be carefully taught, as a knowedge of the 
uses of both forms is absolutely essential to a complete dental education. All 
plastic materials for filling teeth such as amalgam, cements, etc., and the mode of 
manipulation will receive careful attention. 

Tests for defects in the plastic materials will be shown, and the student taught 
how to make such tests. In short, nothing will be left undone to familiarize the 
class with all known methods of operating and to impress upon the mind of each 
the best and most practical system of performing operations upon the teeth. At 
regular clinics every instrument will be shown and its use thoroughly demonstrated, 
and all new appliances will receive careful attention. 

The Professor of this Chair will deliver a regular course of lectures on opera- 
tive dentistry, in addition to giving special clinics at stated times for practical 
instruction. 

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CHEMISTRY AND METALLURGY. 

PROF. R. DORSET COALE, Ph. D. 

The aim of this course is to present to the student the most important facts and 
principles of Modern Chemistry in a plain but precise and scientific form. Spe- 
cial attention will be given to the mode of preparation, properties, etc., of the 
metals, alloys and the various compounds used in dental practice. 

The course of lectures will be fully illustrated by experiments, for which 
purpose the department is well supplied with apparatus. 

The Chemical, Histological, Pacteriological and other Laboratories of this de- 
partment, open daily, offer excellent facilities to students desiring to take special 
courses in practical chemical manipulation and pathology. 

ORAL SURGERY. 

PROF. RANDOLPH WIXSLOYV, H. D. 

Surgery is an eminently practical branch, and as such is taught. Didactic lec- 
tures are illustrated by diagrams, casts, color drawings and a large collection of 
specimens. The University Hospital, as well as the Out-Door Department, sup- 
plies a varied clinic, so that the direct application of the principles of Surgery can 
be made in the immediate presence of the student, to his great advantage. 

Every condition of oral and face disease is studied and treated, and every op- 
portunity afforded the dental student to qualify himself in this important course 
of study, and advantages are presented which only dental schools directly connected 
with medical departments can command for their students. 

ANATOMY. 

PROF. J. HOLMES SMITH, M. D. 

Anatomy will be taught in the most practical manner, net only by didactic lec- 
tures in the anatomical theatre, but by class demonstrations of osteology and 
syndesmology, under the supervision of an Associate Professor of Anatomy. The 
lectures on this fundamental branch of medicine and dental science will be amply 
Illustrated with preparations, models, plates, drawings and dissected cadaver. Spe- 
cial reference will be made to the anatomy, microscopical and comparative of the 
jaws, teeth, salivary glands and other organs and tissues, contained within or 
accessory to the oral cavity. 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

PROF. JOHN C. HEM METER, M. D., Ph. D., LL. D. 

The instTucticn in this department is graded, and consists of lectures, con- 
ferences, demonstrations upon living animals, and written exercises which are 
handed in by the student once every month. The Professor gives a number of 
questions selected in such a way that the proper answering of them requires that 
the student shall not only have paid close attention to the lectures and demonstra- 
tions, but must read up veiy carefully in his text book at home. These exercises 
are corrected by the Professor; the errors are discussed in the classrooms, when 
they are returned to the sttub nt. 

There are really two courses in Physiology; an elementary course for the first 
year students, and an advanced course for the second year student. In the Physi- 
ologic Laboratory the instruction will consiBt largely of experiments and observa- 
tions made by the student himself. Students will be trained not to rest upon 
authority, hut upon personal observation and individual analysis of the phenomena 
of lit- 

Pari of the lectures in ESlementar; Physiology and the conferences are con- 
ducted by Dr. Charles c. Cons< p. 

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THERAPEUTICS AND MATERIA MEDICA. 

PROF. TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M. D., D. D. S. 

In this department special attention is bestowed upon the application of such 
remedies as are employed in the treatment of pathological conditions of the teeth 
and the oral cavity, together with their composition and physiological action. 
The nature, use and administration of anaesthetic agents both local and general, 
will also receive special attention both theoretically and practically in didactic 
lectures and demonstrations. 

CLINICAL DENTISTRY. 

PROF. ISAAC H. DAVIS, M. D., D. D. S. 

Clinical lectures are delivered which are illustrated by the performance of 
various operations upon patients in the Infirmary. 

The Professor of this Chair has daily supervision over all operations performed 
in the Infirmary, and the methods taught are of such a character that, by attention 
and diligence, the student may become a good operator at the chair. The subject 
of Orthodontia includes lectures and demonstrations embracing the etiology, 
diagnosis and treatment of the irregularities of the teeth by the approved methods 
for correction. 

DEMONSTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS. 

The facilities for securing patients for the students to acquire actual practice 
under the supervision of the professors and demonstrators are so superior that each 
student has ample opportunity for gaining practical knowledge and skill in 
manipulation, thus preparing him to enter with confidence, after graduation, upon 
the active duties of his profession. The importance of combining theory and prac- 
tice cannot be overestimated. 

THE DENTAL INFIRMARY, in charge of Prof. Isaac H. Davis, affords every 
facility for practical knowledge in Operative Dentistry, the patients being assigned 
to the students by the Demonstrators, who are constantly present to give the re- 
quired information and directions. Every one of the many operating chairs in the 
infirmary can be connected with batteries for operating dental electric appliances, 
such as the electric plugger, electric mouth lamp, etc. Prof. Davis is assisted 
by Dr. Wm. A. Rea and a number of experienced Demonstrators. 

THE DENTAL LABORATORIES, in charge of Prof. John C. Uhler, are so 
admirably equipped that they contain all the conveniences for the preparation of 
metals, the manufacture of teeth and the construction of artificial dentures of 
every kind. The Demonstrators of this department will always be ready to give the 
necessary instruction. 

Under the leaching of skillful Instructors, the students can acquire a thorough 
knowledge of Met ax, Continuous Gum, Crown-and-Bridge-work, Porcelain Work 
and Plastic Work, the Laboratories being equipped with the latest and most ap- 
proved furnaces and appliances for such styles of work. Lathes and Dental Engines 
are operated by electricity and foot-power. 

CROWN WORK, BRIDGE WORK, PORCELAIN WORK AND INLAY WORK. 
— A complete course of Demonstrations and lectures are conducted by Dr. L. W. 
Farinholt on these branches of dentistry. 

In the Extracting Room the various general and local anaesthetics are daily 
administered and applied in the extraction of teeth under the supervision of Dr. 
S. W. Moore. 

DENTAL TECHNICS. — Complete courses of Dental Technics are conducted 
by Dr. J. S. Gieser and Dr. Howard Eastman. Owing to the scarcity of teeth for 
this course students are requested to bring with them all the extracted teeth they 
can. 

Students are assigned to seats in the Lecture Halls, and also to Infirmary and 
Laboratory- lockers, in the order in which they matriculate, and each student is 
required to occupy the assigned seat, during the session. Early matriculation 
secures the most prominent seats and lockers, as well as other advantages. 

PRACTICAL ANATOMY. 

The^ Dissecting Room is in charge of the Professors and Demonstrators of 
Anatomy* who superintend and direct the classes in their dissections. The rooms 
are new, convenient, well warmed, ventilated and lighted. The Demonstrators pass 
much of their time in assisting the students and in guiding their labors. (Access 
may be had to the rooms daily.) 

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HOSPITAL CLINICS. 

Id addition 'o the facilities afforded by this institution for a thorough course 
of instruction m the theory and practice of dentistry, the clinics in the University 
Hospital enable the Dental equally with the Medical Students to become familiar 
with the diseases and operations of Practical Surgery; excisions of jaw, of tongue, 
partial or entire, turners, cancerous or benign, of various parts of the buccal cavity: 
plastic operations for the restorations of cheek, lip, antrum disease, etc., may be 
mentioned as naving been before the class during the year. The induction of 
anaesthesia by mean.- of different agents — ether, chloroform, bromide of ethyl, 
nitrous oxide gas, somnoform, kelene, etc. all being used in the clinics — cannot 
fail to be of use to the students of Oral Surgery. 

SUMMARY OF STUDIES. 

FIRST YEAR.— Anatomy, Physiology, Dental Materia M"edica and Therapeutics, 
Chemistry, Dental Technics (Operative and Prosthetic), Prosthetic Dentistry 
(Didactic and Practical), Crown-work, Dissection and the Extraction of teeth. 

SECOND YEAR. — Anatomy, Physiology, Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 
Chemistry, Dental Matria Medica and Therapeutics, Clinical, Practical, Operative 
and Prosthetic Dentistry, Principles of Dental Science, Dental Pathology, Dental 
Histology, Crown-work, Bridge-work, Inlay-v\ork, Forcelain-w-ork and Metallurgy. 

THIRD YEAR. — Anatomy, Physiology, Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 
Chemistry, Operative and Prosthetic Dentistry, Clinics, Normal Histology, Bac- 
teriology, Oral Surgery, Orthodontia, Dental Medicine, Dental Jurisprudence, Gen- 
eral and Dental Pathology, Histological, Pathological and Bacteriological Labo- 
ratory Work. Crown-work, Bridge-work, Forcelain-work, Dental History. Also, 
Practical, Operative and Prosthetic Work. 

Freshmen and juniors who fail in their examination for a higher grade will be 
accorded the privilege of a second examination during the first month of the 
following regular session. Seniors, under like circumstances, may pass a second 
examination at the commencement of the ensuing session. 

SESSIONS. 

Each Collegiate Year consists of two sessions: First, the Winter Session on 
which alone attendance is obligatory; and Second, Spring and Summer Session. 

The Winter Session, 1909-1910, begins October 1st, 1909, and the Commence- 
ment exercises are held at the close of each winter session. 

The Spring and Summer Session each year begins at the close of the Winter 
Session and continues until the opening of the next Winter Session. The work of 
the Spring and Summer Session is altogether practical, no lectures are delivered, 
but the Dental Students attending this session will have, in addition to practical 
instruction in Operative and Mechanical Dentistry, the privilege of attending the 
Surgical. Medical and Daily Bedside Clinics of the University Hospital, where a 
large number 01 patients are treated. 

The many advantages of the Spring and Summer Session for actual practice 
cannot be overestimated, as the number of patients applying for dental services 
is always very large, and the Infirmary is never closed except on Sundays. 

Students who have no dental experience, and also those First and Second 
Course Students who desire to avail themselves of the great advantages offered for 
practical work and instruction, are earnestly advised to attend the Spring and 
Summer Course. Indeed, every student, if it is possible, should take advantage 
of such an opportunity for acquiring practical knowledge. This course, however, 
is not considered as equivalent to a Regular or Winter Course, in the requirements 
for graduation, and attendance on it is not obligatory, but it affords great oppor- 
tunity for practical work. 

This Dental Department strictly complies with the rules of the National Asso- 
ciation of Dental Faculties and the National Association of Dental Examiners. 
At a recent examination of the Maryland State Dental Board of Registration, 
twenty-two of the graduates of this Dental Department presented themselves, and 
all passed successfully. 



QUALIFICATION FOR ADMISSION 

This University Dental Department is a member of the National Association of 
Dental Faculties and conforms to all the rules and regulations of that body. There- 
fore, candidates for entrance will be expected to pass an examination corresponding 
to that required in a high school of their section of country. A certificate of 
educational qualification equivalent or superior, to such a course will be accepted 
as sufficient for admission without examination. A knowledge of Latin or Greek is 
not required. The preliminary examination, when such is required, is in the 
hands of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, who has appointed 
Prof. J. H. Elliott, of the Baltimore City College, to make examinations and pass 
upon certificates for the University of Maryland Dental Department. A matriculate 
examination is not required of those coming with an intermediate certificate from 
other recognized dental schools. 

According to a resolution passed by the National Association of Dental Facul- 
ties no Dental School can admit students later than the 10th day after opening 
of the regular session; hence, all students must enter the school within the first 
i ex days of the sessiox, in order to be credited with a full session. 

In case of sickness, attested by a physician's certificate, a student may enter 
twenty days after the opening of the winter session. 

Graduates of this school are admitted on the matriculation fee only; graduates 
of other schools on the payment of the matriculation fee and $50 tuition fees. 

Graduates of recognized Medical Colleges are admitted to the Junior or Second 
Year Class without examination. 

Students who enter from other reputable Dental Colleges, will be credited for 
such studies on which they have passed finally in their former Colleges, except 
the purely dental studies. 

The National Association of Dental Faculties has forbidden all Dental Colleges 
in this country to grant or receive Scholarships by the following resolution: "Re- 
solved, That it is the sense of this Association that the method of bestowing 
Scholarships is no longer called for and is detrimental to the best interests of the 
profession, and that hereafter no College of this Association shall grant either free 
or beneficiary Scholarships." 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

The candidate for graduation must have attended three full courses of lectures, 
demonstrations ana clinical instruction at the REGULAR OR WINTER SESSIONS 
in this or other recognized school. 

The following, however, will be considered equivalent to an attendance on one 
or two courses of lectures in this Dental School: One or two courses in any repu- 
table dental scnool, prior to matriculation in this University. 

The candidate for graduation must also present himself for examination upon 
all subjects composing the Dental Course of Instruction. Prior to such examina- 
tions, he must show specimens of operations upon the natural organs performed 
to the Dental Infirmary of the University, and present an approved specimen of 
dental mechanism constructed in the Dental Laboratory of the University to be 
deposited in the University Museum. Candidates for graduation who .fail to pass 
the final Examination at the end of the year have the privilege of standing a n 

,/■ the degree of D. D. S., in the fallowing fall, without being com- 
pelled to attend another session. Candidates failing to graduate are not re- 
quired to appear for examination in those branches in which tney have obtained 
the required percentage. 

The judgment of the Faculty upon the fitness of a candidate is based upon 
their knowledge of his general attendance and industry, character and habits, as 
well as upon the results of his final examinations. 

The Faculty, however, wish it to be distinctly understood that while any stu- 
dent who has complied with the technical requisitions, viz.: Matriculation, at- 
tendance upon lectures and clinics, etc., may appear before them for examination. 
themselves and will exercise the right oi making moral as well 
as professional qualifications an -dement in their decision. Open irregularities 
. habitual and prolonged absence from lectures and neglect 
or failun to comply with requirements, will always be regarded as obstacles to the 
attainment ol a degree or advancement to a higher grade Violation of the state 
Dental I rl itly forbidden. 

attendance • ■• !ommencement obligatory upon every candi- 

date foi gi aduation. 



Fees for Each Regular Winter Course. 

The Fees {with the Exception of the Diploma Fee) must be paid as follows: < 
half on the entrance day, and the balance during the first week oj the 
succeeding January; this rule must be strictly observed. 

Matriculation (paid once only), $5.00. Tuition fee, $150.00. Diploma fee, 
$30.00. Dissecting fee (paid once only), $10.00. Students who have attended a 
Session of this, or any other College, prior to 1906-1907, are admitted on the old feefi 

(The Diploma fee must be paid by the first of April of the year of graduation, i 

A special ticket is issued at the close of each session to every student of the 
first and second year classes, as an evidence of that he has passed successfully, or 
unsuccessfully, examinations for advancement to a higher grade, and also has 
Attended a full session. 

No assessment is made on candidates fot graduation, the University bearing 
all the expenses attending the Commencement Exercises. 

Dental students who have attended three full sessions in the University are 
privileged to attend subsequent sessions on payment of the matriculation fee only. 

Tickets for any of the Courses of Study may be taken out separately. 

Applicants for admission can send to the Dean at any time between regular 
sessions the fee of $5.00 in order to secure prominent seats in the Lecture Halls, 
and also lockers and drawers in the Infirmary and Laboratories. 

Fees for the Spring and Summer Courses. 

The tuition fee for the Spring and Summer Course is $75, which must be paid 
by the first of June of each year, or on matriculation if the student enters later: 
this amount will be deducted from fees of the next following Winter Session. 

All tickets for the Dental Department will be issued by the Dean of that De- 
partment, at the University Dental Building, or at his office, 845 North Eutaw 
Street, near Biddle Street, Hamilton Terrace, to whom all dental students are re- 
quested ot report themselves immediately upon thir arrival in Baltimore. 

Text=Books. 

Ox Operative Dentistry: Johnson's or Kirk's Operative Dentistry, each $6.00. 

Ox Prosthetic Dentistry: Turner's, $6.00. 

On Materia Medica and Therapeutics: Gorgas' Dental Medicine, 8th edition, 
$4.50, and Stevens' Mat. Med. and Therapeutics, $3.50. 

Ox Physiology: Kirke's, $3.00. 

Ox Anatomy: Gray's, $6.00. 

Ox Chemistry: Miller's Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry, $1.12; Roscoe's 
Elementary Cnemistry, $1.10; Remsen's, $1.00. 

O.N Normal Histology (.Senior Year): Piersol's $3.50, or Stork's, Hill's or 
Schaefer's. 

On Orthodontia (Senior Year): Cuilford's, Talbott's or Angle's, $5.00. 

On Bacteriology (Senior Year): Abbott's, $2.75; McFarland's, $3.50. 

On Pathology (Senior Year): McConnell's, $2.50. 

ukal Surgery: Marshall's, $5.00. 

Dental Anatomy and Histology: Bromell's, $4.50. 

The following works will prove useful to Dental Students: 

'•Questions and Answers' 1 comprising the entire curriculum of the Dental Stu- 
dent, by Professor Gorgas, will be found useful in the study of text-books, and also 
a guide for study preparatory co entering college and during the sessions, and for 
final and State Board Dental Examinations. In one vol., price, $6.00. 

The latest (6th) edition of Harris' Denial Dietionary. revised by Professor 
Gorgas, proves a valuable text-book for the dental student, $5.00. 

Also Essig's Denial Metallurgy. Mitchell's Dental Chemistry, or Hall's Dental 
Chemistry and Metallurgy. 

The student should have at least one standard work upon each subject taught 
them in the University. 

After the books for the first year are purchased, which will include the first 
six on the above list, the second and third years will require but three or four more 
books. 

Text-books can be obtained at a discount from retail prices to students of this 
college from the Agent of the Publishers, at the University of Maryland. 

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INSTRUMENTS. — Every student is required to furnished his own hand instru- 
ments in what are known as "Student Sets," which can be used in after practice. 
The cost of these "Sets" of instruments will vary accordingly to number and 
finish: the larger sets with the text-books can be procured for $80.00. A smaller 
set of instruments can be procured for about $50.00, not including the dental engine. 
All dental schools now require the students to procure their own dental engines for 
use in the Infirmary- The University furnishes extracting forceps, vulcanizers, 
electric and foot lathes and other large instruments used in the Laboratories. 

BOARD in private houses can be obtained at from $3.50 to $4.00 per week ac- 
cording to quality, including lodging, fuel and light; also furnished or unfurnished 
rooms, without board, at from $6 to $10 per month. By leaving baggage at railway 
depot until after matriculation, time and expense may be saved, as the student 
can go from the office of the Dean direct to the College Building on University 
grounds, northeast corner of Lombard and Greene Streets, where the Janitor will 
furnish him with a list of comfortable and convenient boarding houses suitable to 
his means and wishes. The expenses of living are at least as low, if not lower, 
in Baltimore as in any large city in the United States. Good boarding houses are 
within easy walking distance of the University. 

The personal expenses of students are at least as low in Baltimore as in any 
large city in the United States. The following estimates of students' personal ex- 
penses for the academic year of seven months have been prepared by students, and 
are basea upon actual experiences: 



ITEMS 



Books 

College Incidentals 

Ron rd, seven months 

Room rent, separate from board 

Clothes and Washing 

All other e xpense 

Total 



Low. 


Average. 


$ 18 


$ 32 




5 


75 


85 


24 


40 


30 


40 


10 


20 



Liberal. 



$ 50 
10 

111) 
50 
60 



$353 



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PRIZES. 

The following prizes were awarded to members of the Senion, Junior and 
Freshman Classes of this Dental Department for the session of 1908-1909. 

Two University Gold Medals— For Highest Grades at Final Examinations, 
Farria S. ! awaya, of Syria, and Georgiana 1'. Monks, of Pennsylvania. 

Honorable Mention — For Second Highest Grade, John Joseph O'Neill, of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Roll of Honor — Students of the Senior Class grading to a possible 800: Farris 

P. Monks, John Joseph O'Neill, John F. Anderson, Chas. F. 

Hayes, A. Jefferson, Oscar D. Mcore, C. Alfred Shreeve, A. Bereston, E. J. Yelving- 

ton, E. F. Phillips, S. A. Mendez, S. M. Long, J. R. Jordan, C. J. Carabello, E. 

Nordin, E. M. Hopkins, W. E. Van Brunt, C. L. Robbins, J. M. Herr. 

SENIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

Prof. Jas. H. Harris' Cold Medal— For Best Non-Cohesive Gold Filling, C. Alfred 
Shreeve. 

Honorable Mention — First, Georgiana P. Monks; second, J. Randolph Gambill. 
Prof. F. J. S Gorgas' Gold Medal— For Best Cohesive Gold Filling, Farris 
S. Sawaya. 

Honorable Mention— First, Oscar L. Moore; second, Elzie J. Yelvington; third, 
John Joseph O'Neill. 

Prof. Isaac H. Davis' Gold Medal— For Best Combination Gold Filling, Colbert 
L. Robbins. 

Honorable mention — First, Sanford J. Carter; second, Samuel M. Long; third, 
C. J. Caraballo. 

Senior Class, Plate Work, Gold Medals — Colbert L. Robbins and Samuel M. 
Long. 

Honorable Mention — Farris S. Sawaya. 

Senior Class, Crown-and-Bridge-Work, Gold Medal — Oscar L. Moore. 

Honorable Mention — First, Farris S. Sawaya; second, John R. Jordan. 

JUNIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

Junior Class, Plate Work, Cold Medal— Harry W. Blaisdell. 
Honorable Mention — First, Paul L. Pearson; second, Wilbert D. Giesler. 
Junior Class, Crown-and-Bridge-Work, Gold Medal — James H. McGinn. 
Honorable Mention — First, Harry W. Blaisdell; second, Nathan E. Austin. 

FRESHMAN CLASS PRIZES. 

Freshman Class, Plate Work, Vulcanite Set, Gold Medal — Lloyd M. Basehoar. 

Honorable Mention— First, Luis Rodriguez; second, H. Walton Lang. 

Freshman, Crown-and-Bridge-Work, Certificate — Alexander H. Patterson. 

Honorable Mention — First, Robert W. Crews; second, Henry A. Folsom. 

A number of prizes will be awarded to the students of the Session 1909-1910. 
All prize work must be constructed in the Dental Laboratory of the College under 
the supervision of the Associate Professors and Demonstrators. A certificate signed 
by the Dean and bearing the seal of the University, accompanies each prize. 

Members of the dental profession having specimens of abnormal development, 
of unusual pathological conditions, models of irregularities, ores of metals, com- 
parative anatomy specimens, etc., are respectfully requested to donate them to the 
Museum of this department, lohen they will receive suitable acknowledgement, and 
the donor's name be attached to the specimen and published in the annual catalogue. 

The Faculty desire to acknowledge valuable donations to the Museum of the 
Dental Department during the past year from the following dental practitioners: 

Drs. Raymond L. Nieman, Pa.; Alex. Leeds, W. Va.; L. L. belcher, W. Va.: 
Geo. E. Truitt, Mexico; Herbert F. Gorgas, Md.; C. Alfred Shreeve, Md.; R. W r . 
Williams, Va.; A. P. Badger, Md.; Jno. C. Uhler, Md.; A. H. Gravel, Mass.; G. O. 
Hildebrand, Md.; W. E. Beachley, Md.; F. A. Schloendorn, Md.; W. D. Y. Cahill, 
Va.; G. Bruce Geyer, W. Va. 

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Young Men's Christian Association of the University of Maryland. — This 
Association has been established for thirteen years past in the University and 
has been attended with success ever since its organization. 

All students are eligible to membership as actives or associates, which member- 
ship includes special privileges in the City Association. 

The rooms of the Association are located in one of the buildings of the Univer- 
sity. 

A Students Bible Class is maintained by the Association, and every effort 
exerted to promote Christian character and morality. 

There will be a committee on hand at the opening of the session to welcome new 
students, and a reception by the Association will be given early in the session. 

All young men who intend to enter the University are cordially invited to ad- 
dress the President, of Young Men's Christian Association of the University of 
Maryland, who will be only too glad to render any assistance within his power, 
and, on arriving in the city, are requested to make themselves known as soon as 
possible. 



POST GRADUATE COURSE. 



Since the organization of this Dental Department, an annual Post-Graduate 
Course has been open to the Graduates of this School. 

POST GRADUATES, 1909. 

Eugene B. Howie, D. D. S. 
Richard G. Pyles, D. D. S. 
Each department of the University publishes a list of its matriculates in its 
respective Annual Catalogue. No names are published in the Catalogue of the 
Dental Department except those who are strictly Dental Students. The Annual 
Catalogue is published in June of each year. For Matriculating Students, the 
Dean will be found at his office in the Dental Building at 11 A. M. each weefe day. 



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DENTAL INFIRMARY 

—OF THE 

University of Maryland 

Dental Department. 



OPEN DAILY DURING THE ENTIRE YEAR 

FROM 1 TO 6 P. M. 

Clinics at 11 A. M. during Regular Session. During the Summer and th( 
Regular Sessions many operations are performed in the Infirmary free of charge, 
at cost of material only. No expense to Students for material for college patients. 

This infirmary is in charge of the Professors and Demonstrators, and the 
number of patients in daily attendance is frequently greater than can be accom- 
modated. 

During the session of 1908-1909 there were: 

Teeth Extracted 9,808 

Fillings inserted in teeth (gold, amalgam and plastic) 4,771 

Teeth treated and crown-work 9,861 

Sets of teeth made in Laboratory, including Bridge-work S,8G5 

Sets of Teeth repaired 8,771 

Surgical operations on Mouth and Jaws 66 

This record does not include the Spring and Summer Session of 1908, when the 
list of operations showed an average of more than one-third as compared with the 
regular, or Winter Sessions. 

All general and local Anaesthetics in common use are daily administered and 
applied for the Extraction of Teeth and in Surgical operations on the Head and Face. 

All reliable materials are employed in the construction of Artificial Teeth, 
Metal and Plastic Work, Continuous Gum, Crown and Bridge-work, Porcelain and 
Inlay-work are demonstrated by expert Instructors. 

Profs. John C. Uhler, I. H. Davis and Dr. William A. Rea, assisted by com- 
petent Demonstrators, are in charge of the Infirmary and Laboratories during the 
Winter, Spring and Summer Sessions. 

Infirmary and Laboratories, In Dental Department Building, corner of Greene 

and Lombard Streets, Baltimore. 

PROF. ISAAC H. DAVIS, M. D., D. D. S. 

PROF. JOHN C. UHLER, M. D., D. D. S. 

\\ II 1.IA.M A. REA, I). D. S. 

Demonstrators. 

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Graduates of the Class of 1909. 

.lolix FREDERICK A.NDERSON North Carolina 

EDWARD II. BACHMAN Maryland 

ARTHUR BERESTON Maryland 

LESTER G. BRYNER Pennsylvania 

ROY A BUHRMAN Maryland 

WILLIAM I). Y. CAHILL Virginia 

CRISTOBAL JULIAN CARABALLO, Phar. D Florida 

SANFORD J. CARTER Georgia 

W. ARTHUR CHARRON Massachusetts 

JULIUS M. CORNELL Connecticut 

JOSEPH A. DAUDELIX Massachusetts 

J. VERNON DAVIS North Carolina 

ARTHUR HENRY DOBBIN Now York 

AUBREY DONKIN DURLING Nova Scotia 

BUNYAN B. EDMONDS Virginia 

J. RANDOLPH GAMBILL Virginia 

ABRAHAM GANZBURG Massachusetts 

HENRY SCOTT GARDNER West Virginia 

WILLIAM WALLACE GRANT West Virginia 

ARTHUR HORACE GRAVEL Massachusetts 

CHARLES FRANCIS HAYES Massachusetts 

JOHN M. HERR Pennsylvania 

HARRY WILBUR HICKS Massachusetts 

ERNEST HUDSON HOPKINS North Carolina 

CHARLES RAY HULL New York 

CHARLES LAFAYETTE HUTCHISON Virginia 

ALBERT JEFFERSON Georgia 

H. KNEECE JOHNSON North Carolina 

JOHN ROBERT JORDAN, Ph. G Georgia 

ALEXANDER P .LARIMER Pennsylvania 

ELMO N. LAWRENCE North Carolina 

SAMUEL M. LONG Georgia 

GEORGE M. LOWMAN West Virginia 

NATHAN P. MADDUX Virginia 

JOHX SYLVESTER MANDIGO New York 

THOMAS N. MCDONALD New York 

MARSON WALTON MANGOLD New Jersey 

STANLEY A. MENDEZ Jamaica 

JOSEPH F. METZ Maryland 

MAX I. MEYERSON, Ph. G New York 

EORGIANA PALMER MONKS Pennsylvania 

OSCAR L. MOORE North Carolina 

LLIS NORDIN Maryland 

JOHN JOSEPH O'NEILL Pennsylvania 

JOHN McCOLLOUGH PAGAN South Carolina 

THOMAS MERITT PENDEXTER Massachusetts 

E. FITZROY PHILLIPS Jamaica 

CHARLES JASPER PRICE Maryland 

ALBERT J. KOMINSKY Texas 

COLBERT L. BOBBINS North Carolina 

F ARRIS SINHAM SAWAYA Syria 

MAXIMILIAN THEODORE SENDTNER New York 

EDWARD J. SHORTELL New Jersey 

ALFRED SHREEVE, A. B Maryland 

PAUL STEINER Maryland 

WILLIAM E. VAN BRUNT Florida 

RED. VAN ZANDT New York 

DAVID ALBERTUS WEINBERG South Carolina 

EORGE F. WHITFIELD North Carolina 

fOHN H. WILLIAMS Maryland 

SLZIE J. YELVINGTON Florida 



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CATALOGUE OF DENTAL STUDENTS. 

SESSION 1908=1909. 



All of these Matriculates conformed to the requirements for Admission 
as Specified by the Annual Catalogue of each year. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Anderson, J. F North Carolina Dr. F. D. Carlton. 

Bachman, E. H .Maryland Dr. A. M. C. Bachman. 

Bereston, A Maryland Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Bryner, L. G Pennsylvania Dr. J. D. Basehore. 

Buhrman, R. A .Maryland Dr. F. J. Valentine. 

Cahill, Y\\ D. Y Virgina Dr. J. Semple Cahill. 

Caraballo, C. J., Phar. D. . Florida Dr. AI. Carr. 

Carter, S. J Georgia Dr. L. D. Alitchell. 

Charron, A. W Alassachnsetts Dr. 0. Gregoire. 

Cornell, J. H Connecticut Balto. Aled. Coll. D. D. 

Daudelin, J. A Canada Dr. A. J. Harpin. 

Davis, J. V North Carolina Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Dobbin, A. H New York Dr. 0. P. Wolff. 

Doud, F. C New York Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Durling, A. D Nova Scotia Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Edmonds, B. B Virginia Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Epstein, P. P Rhode Island Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Gambill, J. R Virginia Univ. Coll. Aled. Dent. Dept. 

Ganzburg, A Alassachusetts Balto. Med. Coll. D. D. 

Gardner, H. S West Virginia Dr. W. E. Minghini. 

Geyer, G. B West Virginia Dr. C. W. Link. 

Grant, W. W Maryland Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Gravel, A. H Alassachnsetts Dr. O. Gregoire. 

Iiaffenden, I. N. C Jamaica, B. W. I Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Hayes, C. F Alassachusetts Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Herr, J. M Pennsylvania Dr. C. S. Basehoar. 

Hicks, H. W Massachusetts Dr. L. AI. Edes. 

Hopkins, E. H North Carolina Dr. John A. Roach. 

Hull, C. R New York Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Hutchison, C. Da F Virginia Dr. C. B. Gifford. 

Jefferson, A Georgia Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Johnson, H. K South Carolina Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Jordan, J. R., Ph. G Georgia Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Kosminsky, A. J Texas Dr. Leon Kosminsky. 

Larimer, A. P., Jr Pennsylvania Pittsburg Denal College. 

Low man, G. AI West Virginia Univ. Aid. Dental Dept 

Lawrence, E. N North Carolina Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Maddux, N. P Virginia Univ. Coll. Med. Dental Dept. 

Mandigo, J. S New York Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

.Mangold, M. W New Jersey Univ. Penna. Dental Dept. 

McDonald, T. N New York Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Mendez, S. A Jamaica. 15. \V. I Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Metz, .J. F Maryland Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Meyerson, M. .1.. Ph. <;.... New York Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

Monks, G. P. (Miss) Pennsylvania Dr. C. E. Monks. 

Moore, (). I North Carolina Dr. E. \V. Moore. 

Xoidin, l«: Maryland Univ. Aid. Dental Dept. 

O'Neill, .1. .1 Pennsylvania Dr. A. T. O'Neill. 

Pagan J. n South Carolina Univ. .Md. Dental Dept. 

Peloquin, li. L .Massachusetts Dr. O. Gregoire. 

Phillips, E. F Jamaica, B. W. I Dr. S. C. De Pass. 

Price, C. J Maryland Dr. Warren Price. 



Robbins, C. L North Carolina Dr. E. W. Moore. 

Sawaya, F. S Syria Balto. Med. Coll. D. D. 

Sendtner, M. T New York N. Y. Dental College 

Shorten, E. J New Jersey Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Shreeve, C. A Maryland Dr. James E. Shreeve. 

Steiner, P Maryland Balto. Med. Coll. D. D. 

Thomas, James W., Jr Virginia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Tryon, R. E New York Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Van Brunt, W. E Florida Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Weinberg, D. A South Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Whitfield, G. F North Carolina Dr. Edward Greene. 

Williams, J. H Maryland Balto. Med. Coll. D. D. 

Yelvington, E. J Florida Dr. C. B. Baird. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Allaire, A. L Massachusetts Dr. A. T. Harpin. 

Anders, F. R North Carolina Dr. P. R. Falls. 

Ansley, C. D Massachusetts Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Austin, N. E Vermont Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Bass, A. DeL North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Blaisdell, H. W New Hampshire Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Boyle, T. L : New York N. Y. College of Dentistry. 

Brown, A New York N. Y. College of Dentistry. 

Brown, H. N Rhode Island Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Bruce, W. B Maryland Dr. W. W. Bruce. 

Burns, H. McK Connecticut Dr. E. Fitzgerald. 

Callaway, S. M West Virginia Dr. W. G. Callaway. 

Campbell, W. W Massachusetts Dr. W. L. Shipman. 

Costas, A Porto Rico Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Davenport, A North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Davis, R. W., Jr Georgia S. Dental College. 

De Conti, A Rhode Island Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Downey, G". C Massachusetts Dr. A. L. Harpin. 

Dreher, D. C New Jersey , Dr. J. P. P. Knef. 

Drummond, R. J South Carolina Dr. B. E. Holcomb. 

Everhart, D. G Maryland Dr. J. T. Pyles. 

Falcao, A. de A., M. D Brazil Dr. John A. Rawlinson. 

Feldstein, S., M. D Russia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Flynn, F. H Maine Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Giesler, W. D West Virginia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Graft, W. J New Jersey Dr. J. P. P. Knef. 

Hamrick, C. T North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Harper, C. C North Carolina Dr. H. D. Harper. 

Harrington, A. A New York Dr. B. B. Ide. 

Infante, H. A Cuba Dr. Juan M. Zambrano. 

Keller, W. L Maryland Dr. John C. McAdams. 

Kenna, F. L New Jersey Dr. Jos. H. Kenna. 

Leahy, J. D New Hampshire Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Levin, D Maryland Dr. H. V. Levinia. 

McGinn, J. H South Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

McKey, W. C Georgia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Neistadt, S Maryland Dr. Alex. Freed. 

Pearson, P. L North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Reiman, C. F Connecticut Balto. Med. Coll. D. D. 

Rosen, S Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Sinims, A. J Maryland Balto. Med. Coll. D. D. 

Solomon, J. L New York Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Sparck, L. S. C. (Miss) . . . Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Strickler, S. V Virginia Dr - B - L. Strickler. 

Thaman, B. M Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Tippett, J New York Dr. D. C. O'Donohue. 

Trumbo, G. C West Virginia Atlanta Dental College. 

Van Nostrand, D. E New Jersey Dr. J. L. Van Nostrand. 

Waters, C. E Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Webb, T. D North Carolina Dr. J. W. Carlton. 

Wilson, W. P North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

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FRESHMAN CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Basehoar, L. M Maryland Dr. C. S. Basehoar. 

Bounoitt, L. W South Carolina Dr. E. A. Early. 

Bratton, D Maryland Dr. S. Claude Sykes. 

Burrows, R Connecticut Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Cambo, L. A Cuba Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Claggett, T. J Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Courtney, W. F Connecticut Dr. J. M. King. 

Crews, R. W North Carolina Dr. John A. Roach. 

Davidson, W. L South Carolina Dr. J. L. Hamilton. 

Diaz, A. M Cuba Dr. J. M. Zainbrano. 

Donnelly, J. D New Jersey Dr. J. S. Kenny. 

Englar, M. S Maryland , Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Finch, H. M Connecticut Dr. Y. R. Ralston. 

Folsom, H. A Vermont Dr. Thos. J. Walsh. 

Gaddy, R. B North Carolina Dr. Eugene S. Greene. 

Gonzalves, S. F Brazil, S. A Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Hamilton, S. G New York Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Hargrove, S. J., Jr Georgia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Harrower, A. D. S Virginia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Henneberger, L. P Maryland Dr. Wm. H. Lowell. 

Herman, B. F Connecticut Dr. P. A. Garmeau. 

High, D. P North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Hoffman, A New Jersey Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Hubbard, N. T Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Israel, G. G Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Johnson, S. B Virginia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Justiz, A. E Cuba Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Jureidini, G Egypt Dr. M. Jureidini. 

Lang, H. W Vermont Dr. C. M. Richmond. 

Loftus, E. T Massachusetts Dr. W. S. Garland. 

Long, C. J West Virginia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Martin, H Connecticut Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Montesinos, M Porto Rico Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Nisbet, T. P South Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Paterson, A. H Pennsylvania Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Rodriguez, L Porto Rico Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Roth, S Maryland Dr. William Quitt. 

Shalkan, M Russia Dr. Bennett Gray. 

Shore, R. H North Carolina Drs. T. A. & R. O. Apple. 

Skelton, R. T New York Dr. C. H. Bishop. 

Steiner, B. (Mrs.) Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Twigg, A. G. T Maryland Dr. F. P. Stehley. 

Upson, A. G Connecticut Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Walters, D. T North Carolina Dr. John A. Roach 

Williamson, B. W North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Wingo, C Maryland Dr. Charles Wingo. 

Wolff, B . M Pennsylvania Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Youngs, O. H Connecticut Dr. Ernest J. Jones. 



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GRADUATES 

of Ihe 

University of Maryland, Dental Department 



i, Albert A., Texas 1897 

i. David. S. C 1890 

troug, Robert E., Iowa L900 

d, Joseph Phillip. Texas L900 

l, Roberr. Whitney, Texas L901 

. Willis Ed., M<1. .' l!!()l 

n. Augustus Lyle, \V. Va 1001 

?ht, Theodore W.. X. Y 1884 

id. Emil, Germany 1886 

cht. Julius, Germany 1887 

Chas. G., Va 1S89 

I J. Maurice, X. C 1890 

ne, Harry W., Nebraska 1891 

ion, J. Perrin, S. C 1891 

, W. Wolsev, Canada 1892 

rson. Walter C. Va 1892 

I, Fletcher G., S. C 1892 

d, Fred. Lovelander, R. 1 1893 

7, S. DeLeon, S. C 1893 

ir. Walter C, Pa 1895 

rook, Win. B., Pa. 1 895 

trout:. II. T., N. Brunswick. .. .1896 

rson, Fred. S„ N. Brunswick 1897 

rson. George J., Maine 1902 

■white. Edgar Jarrett, Va 1897 

!, Chas. E., Pa 1897 

rson, Wm. Ernest, S. C 1S08 

.nder, Clarence Taylor, Ga 1899 

m. Guthrie, Va....' 1900 

, John Clarence. N. Y 1905 

rson, John Frederick, N. C 1909 

imbault. Marius. R. 1 1905 

, Herman R., Vt. . 1906 

I Troy A.. N. C 1907 

I Robert Orniau. N. C 1907 

j Robert E.. N. C 190S 

orth. James D. N. Y 1908 

son. Herbert W.. W. Va 1908 

Geo. W. , Canada 1902 

lahan, Jno. Henrv., X. Y 1900 

nan. Albert M. C, Md 1901 

St, Charles F.. Pa 1902 

u, Gilbert M.. Canada 1901 

p, Charles G.. X. Y 1002 

lalter, George W. , Ga 1 901 

r. Lawrence Anderson. Va 1901 

,'. Kelly Ragland. Mo 1800 

fin, J. Hardin. Ky 1883 

s, F. Austin, Mich'. 1883 

leu, Bart raw B.. S. C 1883 

lam, Jas. B.. S. C 188-1 

tugh (M. D.i. Chas. B.. W. Va 1884 

ler, Wilbur C, Pa 1884 

ell, Henry H.. Md 1884 

n, Jno. H., Ohio 1884 

r < Jr. i. Geo.. X. J 1884 

r, Madison A.. S. C 1885 

es. E. Payne. Va 1885 

ord, Henrv Clinton, Va 1885 

a, Claude D., Va 1885 

l, Frank A., Md 1886 

ore, Horace E., Pa 1886 

pie, Emil. France 1886 

lart, Thomas W., S. C 1886 

Wm. W.. W. Va 1886 

, Joseph Maben, Ark 1887 

, Alonzo. Amasa, Mass 1887 

elt, Daniel B., X. Y 1S87 

ian, Garabed, Asia, Turkev 1887 

ler, Chas. J.. Ga ' 1887 

Beni. F.. Pa 1888 

Robt. A., Va 1888 

John A.. Mass 1888 

Wm. C. Va 1888 

ston (M. D.), Thos. C, W. Va. .1888 

dee. Geo. W., X. Y isss 

ss. Jno. H.. S. C 1888 

older. Marshall O., Va 1 888 

r, Aug. Pennington, Md 1889 



Bailey, Eugene Jas., S. C 1889 

Burbot, Victor Durand, S. C LS89 

Blair, Jos. Percy, Va 1889 

Beck, Frank, Pa 1889 

Berry, Jno. R., Va 1890 

Beachley, Wm. E., Md.- 1800 

Boswell (Jr.), Wm. C, Md 1890 

Breedlove, Chas. T., Ark 1890 

Brown (Jr.), Wm. Stephens, S. C 1890 

Byrd, Oscar Frank, Va 1890 

Bagley (M. D.), Henry C, Cal L891 

Baldwin, Dennison Holmes, Va 1891 

Barr, Frederick A., Mont 1891 

Benjamin, Jas. G., Mont....: 1891 

Blalock. Capers W., Fla 1891 

Booth, Jno. D„ Canada 1891 

Boozer, J. Wm., S. C 1891 

Bowles, Aubrey R., Va J891 

Bowlus, Emory M., Md 1891 

Boyette, Charles S.. S. C 1891 

Bovle, Elvie S., Md 1801 

Brbtherton, Samuel S., la 1891 

Bruce, George L., Md 1891 

Barnitz, Dabnev G.. Va 1892 

Bayliss, Chas. F.. N. Y 1892 

Beal, Jno. C. C. Md 1802 

Beville. Alexander J., Texas 1802 

Braendle, Samuel E., Canada 1802 

Byrd, Winfield S., Pa 1802 

Burke, Andrew S., Pa 1 sou 

Byers, W. Bolivar, S. C 1892 

Barr, Wm. H., Canada 1 so:: 

Boozer, J. Edwin, S. C 1803 

Bovd, Samuel A., Cal 1803 

Byers. Samuel M.. Pa 1803 

Blakeslee. Frank E.. X. Y 1894 

Buchanan, Wilfred F., X. C 1902 

Burfeind. Wm. H., Cal 1894 

Baker. H. Clagett, W. Va 1895 

Bartlett. Louis O.. W. I., Cuba 1805 

Bowbeer, X. Grant, Canada ISO." 

Black welder, Luther D.. Pa 1895 

Bumgarner, Albert L., Pa 1895 

Baker. Win. J.. Pa 1896 

Bell, Mabrev B., Md 1896 

Best. Jno. Porcher, S. C 1806 

Bishop. Cornelius H.. X. Y 1896 

Bliss, Earner. Russia 1896 

Boozer (Jr.), (B. S.), D. L., S. C 1896 

Bressler, Geo. L., Pa 1896 

Brooks, George G. F., Cal 1896 

Brookes. Samuel O.. Va 1806 

Baker, Albert D., Md 1807 

Besore, J. Henrv. Md 1807 

Bodine, Samuel D., Pa 1897 

Boyd. Walter G., Md 1897 

Breault, H. C. Raoul, Conn 1807 

Bushong, John H., Va 1897 

Beall, Charles Evers, Vt 1898 

Brown, Fred. Holyoke, Vt 1898 

Buhtz. Martin, Germany 1898 

Borroughs, Edward Lee/ Md 1898 

Baker, James Howell, X. C 1899 

Boyden, Malcolm C, X. C 1899 

Bragdon, Charles Jacob, Maine 1899 

Broeeking. Amandus, Germany 1899 

Brooker. Pearson Du Bose, N. C 1899 

Brown, Samuel B., Md 1905 

Beesh, Walter G 1905 

Brown, Maughs Mo vs. Miss 1899 

Brown, Wm. Stanley. Md 1899 

Browne, Wilbur Fiske, Maine 1899 

Barras. J. D. Edouard, X. Y 1900 

Basehoar, Cutis Sheelv, Pa 1900 

Bobbitt, Alex. M.. X. C 1900 

Bourdier. John William, La 1900 

Brown, John Franklin, Md 1900 

Browning, John B., R. 1 1900 

Bucher, Jesse Claude, Va 1900 



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Butts, Frank R., W. Va 1902 

Burt, Samuel S., N. Y 1900 

Bush, Wiley Latimer, Ga 1900 

Barber, Merrill Jason, Canada 190.1 

Baskin, Eldridge, S. C 1903 

Bedinger, Albert F. G., N. Y 1905 

Bell, A. Marvin, Canada 1903 

Blackburn, Frank G., Pa 1903 

Bumgarner, William D., Pa 1903 

Burns, William B., Pa 1903 

Brown, J. Oscar, Pa 1904 

Berkhimer, Harry L., Pa 1904 

Bohnson, Juo. C, Maiue 1904 

Bowman, J. Calvin, Va 1904 

Brooks, Archie C, Pa 1904 

Brobst, Millard C, Ohio 1904 

Barton, Wm. J. F.. N. Y 1905 

Blatt, Harry G., Md 1905 

Brown, A. Stanley, Md 1905 

Brown, Lewis Rogan, Arizona 190o 

Banks, Robert H., Va 1906 

Burgen, B. Cecil, Conn 1906 

Burton, G. Alvin, Del 1906 

Baker. Luther P.. N. C 1907 

Berrvhill, A. Mack, N. C 1907 

Bowker, Arthur J., N. C 1907 

Burton, Hugh J.. Md 1907 

Belcher, Levi L., W. Va 1908 

Butler, George N., Brazil. S 1908 

Bachman, Edward H., Md 1909 

Brvuer, Lester G., Pa 1909 

Bo'reston, Arthur, Md 1909 

Buhrman, Roy A., Mtl 1909 

Cameron, Monteath D., N. Y 1904 

Carlton, J. DeLaney, N. C 1904 

Chew, Chas.. Eugene, Md 1904 

Cion, Beni. B., N. Y 1904 

Crowe, Emory W., Md 10<>4 

Crumrine, Russell E., Pa 1901 

Chisholm. William W., Ga 1901 

Cam obeli. Paul. N. Y 1883 

Conklin, Frank G., Ind 1885 

Curtis. Joseph W.. N. Y 1883 

Oomegvs, John M., Teun 1884 

Comegvs, Thomas M., Tenn 1885 

Copp, 'George V.. Va 1884 

Cutting, Almond J., Mass 1884 

Carlisle, John P., S. C 1885 

Cook, Frank J., Texas 1885 

Campbell. Oscar J.. Texas 188.) 

Chafee, Augustus H.. S. C 1885 

Chase. Henry E.. Mass L887 

Chisholm, John G.. Ala 1887 

Crowell, Fred. Julian. X. II 1881 

Cross. Theodore A.. W. Va 1888 

Carroll. Willie S., Va 1902 

Carriere, Joseph X.. Mass 1902 

Campbell, H. Wood. Va 1899 

Covington (Jr.). Thos. S. D.. Va 1899 

Cuny, Aug. A. T. w.. Germany 1899 

Cassard, Stuart. Md 1890 

Collins, William II.. Va 1890 

Craig, St. George T., Ky 1890 

Chessrown, F. Wavne, I'a 1891 

Clark, M. II. Pettway, X. C 1891 

Conners, William II.. X. V 1891 

Copenhaver, E. Marcellus, Va 1892 

Carroll. Norwood G., X. C 1893 

Chisholm, .Tames C, Ala 1884 

Carter, William J.. Ga 1905 

Cavers. William W.. X. V 1895 

Criswell, J. Calrin, Pa 1895 

Copp, Benjamin I". Cal 1895 

Cockrill, Roberl M.. Mont 1896 

Chargin, Marcus, Russia 1896 

C bs, R tri l.. Texas 1896 

Conually, W. Freeman, Go 1896 

Cobean, George C.. Pa 1902 

Cooper, Francis Minor, Mo 1902 

Cooper, Webster H., N. C 1896 

Couret, John Sidney. La 1896 

Cbarbonnel, E A . Wash State 1891 

Collins, Clarence i: . .Md L897 

Cottingham, Walter J., s. C 1902 

Carpenter, Benjamin P., \. V 1898 

Conger, LeRoy J., Canada 1898 

Chapman, Halla Finley, Kan 1898 

Clark. Franklin Eugene; \. X L898 

Cool • . Ernes! J., Panama (S.. A.i 1898 



Carlton, John William, N. C 

Cline, Franklin Joseph, Va 

Correoso, Phil. N., Jamaica, B. W. 

Copeland, James Rhett, S. C 

Conrad, Thomas Ellis, La 

Crothers, Arthur B. , Pa 

Conyers, W. Tread well, Bemuda, 

W. I 

Cherry, Henry A., N. Y 

Cochrane, Oran La. Va., Col 

Cutchin, Richard S., Va 

Colvin, Daniel C, Pa 

Combs, Warren S. P., Del 

Coffmau, Clifton S., W. Va 

Copelan, Moses C „ 

Creet, William Diedrich, N. Y 

Carlton, Francis Derr, N. C 

Cramer, Abraham M., Conu 

Courtney, Charles H., N. C 

Culliney, Miles M., Conn 

Callaway, Charles L., W. Va 

Chamblin, John A., Florida 

Champagne, Alphonse C, N. Y 

Cahill, William D. Y., Va 

Charron, W. Arthur, Mass 

Carter, Sanford J., Ga 

Cornell, Julius M., Conn 

Carrabello, Cristobal Julian, Ph. D., F 

Davis, Daniel Keen, S. C 

Dashiel, Erastus S., Md 

Denton, Xewton, W. Va 

Dodson. R. Delmar, Pa 

Davis (M. D.), Isaac H., Md 

Dorchester, Watson E., N. Y 

Dorset, Willie Edward, Va 

DePass, Addison Rutledge, S. C 

DePass. Sigis'd C, Jamaica, B. W. 

Deihl. John S., Pa 

Douglas, Henry E., N. Y 

Daniel, Samuel S., S. C 

Davis, L. Wilsou, Md 

Dean, John W., W. Va 

Dieffenderfer (M. D.), Wm. E., D. C 

Dingian, Manoog D., Turkey 

Davis, E. Douglas, W. Va 

Davis (M. D.), Henrv, Mo 

Dodson (M. D.), Edwin R., Md 

Davis, Wray Wythe, Va 

Deichmann, George L.. Md 

Deekens, W. Felton, Va 

Deems (Jr.), J. Harry, Md 

Dennis, Wm. W., Ga 

Diddle, John II., W. Va 

Dodson. Wm. E.. X T . Y 

Doremus, John Lyons, France 

Davis, Henry Winter. Va 

Davis, William Lee, Cal 

Duff. D. Edward.. S. C 

Daniel, Henry Clay, X. C 

Davis, Chas. Augustus, Wis 

Diffenderfor. Stanton D., Pa 

Dommett, Harry M., X. Y 

Dotterel-. Thomas, S. C 

Duff, James L., Canada 

Daly, Claude Sen man. X. Y 

Dawson. Edward Brisbane, X. Y... 
Deekens, Alb't Van Kempen, Md... 
Dailey (B. Ph.), W. Bert, Ohio. 

Dean. Sit wart Pomerov, Md 

Douglass. Richard W.. W. Va 

i (ressel, Leonard, Md 

Dunn. Harrison McKay. Net. 

DteFernelmont, Eugene, Belgium.. « 

l dehl, Ervin Joseph, Pa 

Dare, Chas. Bdw., X. J 

1 >a\ is. Henry E., Va 

Degenring, Adolph. X. .1 

Dojbson, Fred. W.. Canada 

Dorman, Raymond <>., x. V 

Doyle, Bert E., Vt 

I >a\ is. Ernesl Lee, Md 

Davis, I [orace M., Md 

I >ean, G. Fletcher, W. Va 

i tennis, < leo. Edward, N. C 

Dial. Richard T., S. C 

Dimock, Wllford E„ Canada 

Dill Arthur A.. Nova Scotia 

l n.u-iass. Ernesl c. N, V 

Dnia. Arthur M , \ C 



e. Joseph II.. M;i>< 1905 

nn, William Moylan, Couu 1907 

lass. Samuel B., X. C 1907 

mi. Percy J.. X. «' 1908 

elin. Joseph A.. M;i-s 1909 

I J. Vernon, N. C 1909 

in. Arthur Henry, N. V 1909 

K, Aubrey !».. Nova Scotia 1909 

lio.i,-. Hamilton Myers, Va 1901 

I James Edward, Neb 1901 

I William Kenney, Va 1901 

3, Richard D.. S. Wales, G. B 1884 

son. .ins. <;., Brazil, s. a 1880 

, Jno. Tripner, D., Columbia. .. , 1887 

Bay, Conrad M., Md 1902 

, .1. Benjamin, Va 1902 

Pearl Louis, Vt 1889 

En, L. Thornwell, Brazil, s. A. .1890 

. William. S. C 1891 

I Will II.. Va 1891 

■s. Eben B., Vt 1892 

ltz. Roberl W.. Pa 1892 

, Louis. Switzerland 1902 

, Baylis I».. S. C 1894 

inn. Howard, Md 1896 

Johin J., S. C 1896 

Kge, Ezekiel J.. S. C 1896 

. Clayton Chamberlain, Pa 1898 

an, John S.. Va 1900 

pircher, Edw. M.. X. !I 1900 

I Edward Truman, ill 1900 

Edw. Augustus, S. c 1900 

. ('has. Ashley, Va 1903 

a. Enoch L.. W. Va 1904 

I Ploy P.. W. Va 1905 

In, Bates, Md 1905 

, .Tamos B.. Va 1906 

rds. Linus M.. N. C 1907 

Travis Fletcher, Va 1907 

nds, Bunvan B.. Va 1906 

• (Jr.), Gus. J. U.. N. J 1901 

. clans Henrv. Germany 1884 

. Nathan E., X. Y 1885 

,ier (Jr.), Joseph, N. Y 1885 

in. Charles Luff, N. Y 1880 

I Alexander S., S. C 1902 

, Alex., Russia. 1901' 

Henry S., Maine 1902 

ner. Goo. McClenahon. Pa 1888 

son. W. Crawford Young, Can.. 1897 

z, G. Christian, Pa 1887 

in. Isaac Watts, N. Y 181)0 

in, Joel Nelson, N. Y 1887 

ever. George T.. Md 1888 

raid. J. Edgar, Md 1888 

William Lafavette. N. J 1889 

Barry Augustus. Pa 1889 

, Charles, N. Y 1890 

Henrv J., N. Y 1890 

William Meadel, Va 1891 

3, C. Dixie. Ga 1892 

Lawrence W., N. C 1 892 

r, William Y\\. Va 1893 

ig. Milton S.. La 1894 

nil- (Jr.), J. Marten. N. C 1895 

;. Henry, 111 1890 

and. Elias J., Russia 1896 

, Arthur Paul. Conn 1897 

Be, John William. N. C 1897 

an, Eugene, N. Y 1897 

Newton Ferondo, N. Y 1897 

an. John McCloskv, Pa 1897 

A. Hutchings, Bermuda 1897. 

r, Waltz Ba va rd. Va 1898 

iolt. Lerov Whiting, Va 1898 

K, Charles E., Ohio 1898 

in. Harold Wm., Ill 1888 

Pleasant Ralph, N. C 1899 

erov. Thos. Turner. Va 1898 

•e. William Albeit. Cal 1899 

vorth, Arthur White. Vt 1900 

tin. Robert Anders. Ga 1900 

,ter. John II.. W. Va 1903 

Archilles P., Mass 1903 

Arthur M., Mass 1904 

Edgar A.. Md 1904 

J. dm A.. X. H 1904 

Maxwell S„ Md 1904 

Perry M.. X. Y 1903 

g, James D.. Ohio 1903 



l Indou, John W., Md 1905 

Pindon, Jos.-ph !L. M.l 1905 

Poster, Ethan \\'.. s. c ux>5 

Prew, At hoi L,.,.. v v 1905 

Prank, Geo. w ., Mass 1906 

Flood, Peter II. A.. X. II 1906 

Freischlag, Charles P., V V L906 

Ford. Siugletou < '.. N. C L907 

Preemau, Harrison A., Md 1807 

Fitzsimmons, James A., N. ¥ 1907 

Poley, Thomas A.. N. C 1908 

Pund Tburk, Ja m > ]•;.. s. c 1908 

Getschel, J. Leonard, Md 1901 

Gilbert, George < 'oudit, X. J 1901 

Gilkinson, Albert W., Ohio L901 

Garrett, John P., N. C. .. 1883 

Grempler, Godfred J., Md 1883 

Gallup, Frank C, Conn 1884 

Groshaus, Perdinand, Md 1885 

Gasque, Klly A.. S. C 1886 

Greenwait, A. II.. Pa 1886 

Gilroy, Lawrence F.. Canada 1902 

Gilmore, Willard G., X. J 1902 

Garbrecht, Henrich, Germany is^T 

Grey, William F.. Va 1887 

Gartel, Julian. Md 1888 

Grieves, » Larence J.. Md 1888 

Goebricher, David, Md 1889 

Gladfelter (M. D.), Harvey E.. Pa 1890 

Graham, Charles Carroll, Texas 1890 

Graves, J. William. Mo 1890 

Gorgas, Herbert F., Md 1891 

Grove, J. William. Pa 1891 

Gill, Edwin J.. X. C 1892 

Glasscock, Eli Harmon, Mo 1892 

Gee. II. Eugene, S. C 1894 

Grove. Herbert D., Va 1902 

George. C. Chandler, III 1894 

Goldberg, Edward II.. Md 1894 

Geiser, John S.. Pa 1895 

Greenough (Jr.), J. M.. Jamaica, I'.. 

W. I 1896 

Gardner, John. Md 1897 

Oordv. Arthur Perry. Ga 1897 

Gould. W. Gordin, Conn 1897 

Gallagher, Rhodes Tayloe, X. C 1n9.-> 

Gregdire, Oswald F.. R. 1 1898 

Grom, Joseph B.. X. J 1898 

Grunberg, Abraham, Roumania 1898 

Gamard, Fd. A., La 1899 

Grom. Frederick II. , X. J 1900 

Gough, Albert II.. Del 191 :: 

Gould, Horace L.. Maine 19C3 

Gayle, John H.. La 19<4 

George, Marwood S., Canada 1904 

Gleasou. (George R., Fla 1!<>4 

Golden. Frank A.. Conn I9€4 

Green. Walter E., Md ISO! 

Graham, Pred. Roy, X. Brunswick 1905 

Gifford, Chester P... X. Y 1906 

Garneau, Peter A.. Mass 19< 6 

Greene (Jr.), Eugene S.. Va 1906 

Gilder (Jr.). James K.. S. C 1906 

Garland. Winfield S., X. II 1907 

Georgion, Arsenius. Turkey 1907 

Garzouzi. Edward X.. Egypt 1907 

Greene. Edward, X. C 1907 

Gray, Bennett. Md 1908 

Gambill, J. Randolph. Va 1909 

Gansburg, Abraham. Mass 1909 

Gardner, Henrv Scott, W. Va 1909 

Grant. William W.. W. Va 1909 

Gravel. Arthur II. Mass 1909 

Hamilton. Hiley T. P., S. C 1901 

Hair. Harrison Beau'ehum. S. C 1901 

Hughes, Harry Childs, Md 1901 

Holland, A. Bezola, X. C 1901 

Hawlev. George Montiner, Vt 1901 

Hotaling, George W., X. V 1883 

Hungerford, It. Arthur. Md 1883 

Harris iM. D.i. .las. Edwin, Md lss-1 

Hodge. S. Dwight, Vt 1884 

Hebble. Charles W.. Md 1885 

Helm. John W 1885 

Hill. Charles F.. Australia 1885 

Houghland, Ulysses Sylvester, Ind....l885 

Howlett. A. Ilersev. Pa 1 885 

Howland, v Clarence Henrv. Dist. C....1885 

Hundley, Peyton, Va issr> 

Hartwig (M. D.i. Charles W.. Md 18S6 



Hill. Ernest B., W. Va 1902 

Hayden, John Francis, Pa 1902 

Hoffman, John H., Ya 1S86 

Huggins, A. Allen, S. C 1886 

Harban, A. Lee, Md 1887 

Harris. Edwin L., Mass 1887 

Hecker, Anton Jos., Germany 1887 

Hoones. Samuel W., Md issl 

Horton. Hamilton V., N. C 1887 

Honrihane, Michael. Va 1887 

Hamlet, John M., Va 1888 

Harper. Charles E 1888 

Hines, P. Edmond, N. C 1888 

Holt. Charles R., N. Y 1888 

Hubley, Charles P., Pa 1888 

Hncks, Herbert M., S. C 1002 

Hays. Joseph A., N. Y 1899 

Hayes, E. Patterson, Pa 1889 

Heuisler, Joseph Gregory, Md 1S89 

Hills, Reuben Benjamin, Mass 1889 

Holland (M. D.), Win. Henry, S. C....1889 

Hubbard. N. Robert, Pa 1890 

Huntzbery. Aaron Victor, Md 1890 

Hurlock. W. Spry, Md 1*90 

Harlev, Robert L., S. C 1890 

Hines', W. Oakley, Md 1891 

Haller, Jacob V., Va 1891 

Harris. Heurv F., Va 1891 

Hart, Marion Y., Ya 1891 

Haves. Will W.. Pa 1891 

Hoffman, J. Henrv, Md 1S91 

Howard. Charles W., N. H 1891 

Hararove. George H., S. C 1892 

Harmon. Oscar I.. X. H 1892 

Hess. Lewis E., Md 1892 

Humberg, Frederick L. Md 1S92 

Hutchinson. Hueh Barbour, Va 1892 

Harnett, William J.. Conn 1894 

TIeffelbower. John E. M., Texas 1894 

Horton. Phineas E.. N. C 1894 

Huffman, Ambrose IL, W. Va 1894 

Ileatwole. Timothv O., Ya 1895 

Henderson. Harvey C. N. C 1895 

Hoag. David Edward, N. Y 1905 

Hegner, John S.. Switzerland 1895 

Haller, William H.. Va 1896 

Hiscox, Vernon, Conn 1896 

Honkins. William Downev, Md 1896 

Huffman, Andrews. W. Va 1896 

Havtman, Curtis LeRoy, Pa 1897 

Heisler, Charles F., Pa 1896 

Henry. Robert Lee. Ga 1 S97 

Hoffman. John Griffin, Va 1S97 

Hamilton, Edwin Curtis, Va 1898 

Hnrdestv, George Nunn. Va 1S9S 

Harkinsbn, Francis R.. Cal 1898 

Harpen. Adelard J., Mass 1898 

Hays, Pleasant Southward, Ohio 1898 

Holmes (Jr.), Chas. Doneoln. Texas .... 1898 

Hammond, Frank Eugene, N. Y 1899 

Hammond, Walter F.. N. H 1899 

ITnnkin. Walter Edwin, N. Y 1899 

Harris. Asa Irwin, Va » 1899 

Hawley, Harry Gardner. N. Y 1899 

Hoffman, Wm'. Cnllen B. N. C 1899 

ITollinger, David Guv, Pa 1899 

Hyde, Arthur N, N. J 1899 

Haff, Frank Nicholas, N. Y 1900 

TTalpern, Samuel. N. Y 1900 

Hammond. Charles W.. Pa 1900 

Harris, Turner Ashhy, Mo 1900 

Hartman, Dennis R.. Pa 1900 

Hlmmler, Charles William, Md 1900 

Holbrook. Edward Gordon. Md 1900 

Homer (Jr.), John H., S. C 190?> 

Herbert, Jesse H., W. Va 100.", 

Holland, LvnwOod C, Va 1904 

Hosack, Augusta TL, W. Va 1903 

Hoodner, Francis A., Pa 190^ 

Ro ei t 1 904 

Hfaeue, ( Jeorge H. N". J 1905 

Hall. Nathan G.. R. 1 1905 

Rand, Wm. Luther, N. C 1905 

Healev, Peter Tims. \. c [905 

FTelms. I. -in W., \. X i'"-, 

Hilderbrand. Gould <> . Va 1905 

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Horton, s. Robert, \. C 1903 



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Harrower, James Williams. Va 

Herouemus, Julius E., Md 

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Hoffman, Solomon B., Md 

Hirsch, Sandal, N. Y 

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Hargrove, Mathew L., N. C 

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Hopkins, Ernest H.. N. C 

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Hicks, Harry W., Mass 

Hull, Charles R., N. Y 

Ihrie, John Houghton, N. C 

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Irving, Samuel J., Texas 

Ide, Ira C, N. Y 

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Josselyn (M. D.), Eli E., N. Brunswick 

Jaenicke, Max, Germany 

Jaenicke, Paul, Germany 

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Jefferson, Benjamin T., Ga 

Johnson, Silas J., Va 

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Jernigan. George Franklin, Texas 

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Jones Beverly, W. Va 

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Judd, John Herbert, N. C 

Judd, Jesse Ernest, N. C 

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Johnson, Geo. Stanley. Cannda 

Jones, Arthur B., Bermuda. W. I 

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Jackson, Stayley G., Canada 

Jenkins, LeRoy D., Ga 

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Kibler, R. Dallas, Va 

Killingworth. Wiley, S. C 

Kloeber (M. D.1, John S., Va 

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Thacker, Robert Lee, W. Va 1898 

Tignor, Edwin Payne, Va 1898 

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore, Md 
The One Hundred and Third Course of Lectures will 
Commence October 1st, 1909. 



FACULTY 

HLMUEL C. CHEW, M. D., LL. D., Emeritus Professor of Medicine. 

I DORSEY COALE, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology. 

IAXD0LPH WINSLOW, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Surgery. 

,. E. XEALE, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Obstetrics. 

:HARLES W. MITCHELL, M. D., Professor of Therapeutics, Diseases of Chil- 

iren and Clinical Medicine. 

THOMAS A. ASHBY, M. D., Professor of Diseases of Women. 

I HOLMES SMITH, M. D., Professor of Anatomy and Clinical Surgery. 

OHX C. HEMMETER, M. D., Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Physiology. 

OSE L. HIRSH, M. D., Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology. 

IIRAM WOODS, M. D., Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear. 

'. W. HOLLAND, M. D., Associate Professor and Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

►r Circulars and Further Information, Apply to R. DORSEY COALE, Ph. D., Dean. 



I »ii»'a«<cit\ rlAcni^ol Southwest Corner Lombard and Greene Streets, 

university nospitai, Baltimore, md. 

This institution, most pleasantly located, the capacity and comforts of which have under- 
;one great development to meet the increasing demands of patients, is fitted up with all 
nodern conveniences for the successful treatment of Medical and Surgical diseases. 

Its Medical Staff comprises the FACULTY OF THE UNIVERSITY, and the entire man- 
Igement of the institution having been delegated to trained nurses, so well known as the 
aithful and efficient attendants upon the sick, patients may rely upon enjoying the benefits 
f an Infirmary, as well as the comforts and privacy of a home, while seeking treatment for 
Medical Diseases and undergoing Surgical Operations. 

Special attention is called to the Lying-in Department of the Hospital, and the thor- 
ugh privacy given to confinement. 

When persons sre compelled to leave their country residences to seek professional med- 
cal assistance in Baltimore, no institution offers greater facilities than the University Hos- 
>ital, which preset ts among other greater advantages, that of having six resident physi- 
ians, appointed by the Medical Faculty, all of whom are usually (two are always) in the 
uilding to carry cut the instructions of the Professors. 

Board in Private Rooms, $14 to $20 Per Week. Board in Wards, $7 per week. 

MEDICAL STAFF OF THE HOSPITAL. 
Attending Physicans. 

PROF. C. W. MITCHELL, M. D. PROF. J. E. GICHNER, M. D. 

PROF. J. S. FULTON, M. D. PROF. J. M. CRAIGHILL, M. D. 

PROF. A. D. ATKINSON, M. D. PROF. GORDON WILSON, M. D. 

PROF. J. C. HEMMETER. M. D., LL. D. PROF. C. W. McELFRESH, M. D. 

Attending Surgeons. 

PROF. R. WINSLOW, M. D. PROF. ST. CLAIR SPRUILL, M. D. 

PROF. T. A. ASHBY, M. D. PROF. FRANK MARTIN, M. D. 

PROF. J. HOLMES SMITH, M. D. PROF. HIRAM WOODS, M. D. 

PROF. J. M. HUNDLEY, M. D. 
For Further Particulars apply to the Superintendent. 



LIBRARY 

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DENTAL SURGERY 



TWENTY-NINTH 
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THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND is represented by five departments, each 
having a distinct Faculty of Instruction. 

1st. THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS at Annapolis, Maryland. 

St. John's College Annapolis, Md., founded in 1696, is by affiliation styled the 
Department of Arts and Sciences. The curriculum leads to the degree of Bachelor 
or Master of Arts or Science. 

2nd. THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE in Baltimore, Md. 

This school was established in Baltimore, Md., in 1807, and offers a high 
grade course in medicine, leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine, and extending 
over a period of four years. It represents the DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE. 

3rd. THE SCHOOL OF LAW in Baltimore, Md. 

The school was opened in 1822 and is designed by means of a course of study 
covering three years to qualify its students for the degree of Bachelor of Laws and 
for a successful practice of the Law. It represents the DEPARTMENT OF LAW. 

4th. THE DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY was established in 1841 an* 
affiliated with the School of Physic in 1904. 

5th. THE DEPARTMENT OF DENTISTRY was founded in 1882, and is 
designed to teach the art of dentistry as an integral part of the School of Physic. 
The course of study leading to the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery covers a 
period of three years. 



REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY 



BERNARD CARTER, LL. D., Provost 



RICHARD M. VENABLE, Esq. 

FERDINAND J. S. GORGAS, M.D., D.D.S. 

JAMES H. HARRIS, M.D., D.D.S. 

R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D. 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.D., LL.D. 

HON. HENRY D. HARLAN. 

EDGAR H. GANS, Esq. 

L. E. NEALE, M.D., LL.D. 

CHARLES W. MITCHELL, M.D. 

THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D. 

WILLIAM T. BRANTLY, Esq. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D. 

DAVID M. R. CULBRETH, M.D., Ph.G. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

CHARLES CASPARI, JR., Phar.D. 

DANIEL BASE, Ph.D. 

HENRY P. HYNSON, Ph.G. 

HON. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE. 

HON. J. WIRT RANDALL, LL.D. 

PHILEMON H. TUCK, Esq. 

THOMAS FELL, Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L. 

ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D. 

EDGAR A. POE, Esq. 



THE UNIVERSITY COUNCIL 



THE CHANCELLOR, 

HON. AUSTIN L. CROTHERS, 

Governor of Maryland. 

THE PRO-CHANCELLOR, 

HON. BERNARD CARTER, LL.D. 

THE VICE-CHANCELLOR, 

THOMAS FELL, Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L. 

President of St. John's College. 

PROFS. B. V. CECIL and C. W. STRYKER, 
For St. John's College. 

PROFS. R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D., and R. WINSLOW, A.M., M.D., LL.D. 
For School of Medicine. 

PROFS. HENRY D. HARLAN and W. T. BRANTLY. 
For School of Law. 

PROF. F. J. S. GORGAS, A.M., M.D., D.D.S. 
For School of Dentistry. 

PROF. CHARLES CASPARI, JR., Ph.G. 
For School of Pharmacy. 

The above Council formulates the scheme of studies to be pursued by students 
desiring both an academic and a professional, or scientific degree. 



FACULTY OF THE DENTAL DEPARTMENT 

FERDINAND J. S. GORGAS, A.M., M.D., D.D.S. 
Professor of Principles of Dental Science, Oral Surgery and Dental Prosthesis. 

JAMES H. HARRIS, M.D., D.D.S. 
Professor of Operative Dentistry. 

R. DORSEY COALE, A.M., Ph.D. ' 
Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy. 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, A.M., M.D. 
Clinical Professor of Oral Surgery. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, A.M., M.D. 
Professor of Anatomy. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 
Professor of Physiology. 

TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S. 
Professor of Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

JOHN C. UHLER, M.D., D.D.S. 
Associate Professor of Prosthetic Denitstry. 

ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S. 

Professor of Clinical Dentistry and Orthodontia. 

J. S. GEISER, D.D.S. 
Demonstrator of Operative and Prosthetic Technics. 

L. WHITING FARINHOLT, D.D.S. 
Demonstrator of Crown-Bridge, Porcelain and Inlay Work. 

CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D.D.S. 
Demonstrator of Histology, Pathology and Bacteriology Laboratory Work. 

WILLIAM A. REA, D.D.S. 
Chief Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

- FRANCIS J. VALENTINE, D.D.S. 
Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

S. WHITEFORD MOORE, D.D.S. 
Demonstrator of Anaesthesia. 

J. W. HOLLAND, M.D. 
Associate Professor of Anatomy. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, JR., M.D. 
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

GEORGE F. DEAN, D.D.S. E. FITZROY PHILLIPS, D.D.S. 

PRESTON SCARBOROUGH, D.D.S. CHARLES A SHREEVE, D.D.S. 

JULIUS E. HERONEMUS, D.D.S. JOHN S. MANDIGO, D.D.S. 

JAMES F. FUNDERBURK, D.D.S. EUGENE B. HOWLE, M.D., D.D.S. 

EDWARD H. BACHMAN, D.D.S. 

Assistant Dental Demonstrators. 

Crown and Bridge Work, Porcelain Work, Inlay Work and Continuous Gum 
Work are especially demonstrated by experienced Instructors. 

At stated times during the Regular Sessions a number of distinguished Dental 
Practitioners hold Clinics and deliver Lectures. 

The members of the different State Boards of Dental Examiners are invited to 
Tisit the school on all occasions. 

F. J. S. GORGAS, M. D., D. D. S. 

Dean of the Dental Department of the University of Maryland, Dental Building, 
University of Maryland, Baltimore, Md. 

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BRIEF HISTORICAL SKETCH 



The history of a University becomes not only interesting, but also instructive, 
when, after an existence of a century, its record becomes a chronicle of important 
events, and its list of Alumni contains the names of men who have occupied some 
of the most prominent positions in their respective professions, and who have also 
been honored at home and abroad for scientific achievements and valuable dis- 
coveries. 

The period directly following the great struggle for liberty in this country 
was distinguished by the organization of professional schools in Medicine, Law and 
Theology. It was during such a period that the University of Maryland can trace 
its origin. 

Since St. John's College has been affiliated with the University of Maryland 
there is a lineage which goes back much further than a century, as St. John's Col- 
lege was founded in 1739, it being the outgrowth from King William's Collge, 
founded in 1696, so that through its connections the University of Maryland reaches 
back to almost the earliest period of American history. 

The idea of establishing a Medical School in Maryland originated with that 
eminent physiican, Dr. John Beale Davidge, as early as 1796, who also succeeded 
in interesting in such an enterprise the equally eminent Dr. Nathaniel Potter, and 
other prominent men. Courses of Medical Lectures were annually delivered until 
1807, when the Board of Regents and the Faculty secured a charter from the Legis- 
lature of the State of Maryland. In 1812 the present University Building, in imita- 
tion of the Pantheon at Rome, was begun, and the ensuing session was held in the 
partially completed building. In the same year the Legislature of Maryland passed 
an act authorizing the Medical School to connect and annex to itself three other 
schools — Law, Divinity and Arts and Sciences— thus constituting by name and title 
the University of Maryland. 

The first Provost of the University was the Hon. Robert Smith, who had occu- 
pied the position of Secretary of State of the United States. The second Provost 
was the Right Rev. James Kemp, D.D., who conferred the Honorary Degree of LL.D. 
upon Lafayette in the University Building, October 24, 1824, during the last visit of 
that illustrious Frenchman to this country. The illustrious Chief Justice, Roger B. 
Taney, Dr. Ashton Alexander and John P. Kennedy, the latter having a high repu- 
tation in the literary world, followed as Provosts until 1870. 

The Hon. Severn Teackle Wallis, LL.D., one of the most intellectual men of 
his day, and a distinguished jurist, occupied the position of Provost from 1870 until 
his death in 1894. 

The present provost, Bernard Carter, LL.D., is one of the most eminent mem- 
bers of the legal profession in this country. 

The University Hospital, erected in 1823, was succeeded in 1896 by the present 
large and handsome structure, which, in accommodations, equipment and appear- 
ance, will compare favorably with any other in this country. 

The Law Department, which occupies a separate building on the University 
grounds, was chartered in 1823, and among its Faculty and Alumni are many of 
the most able jurists of the State of Maryland. 

In 1882 the Legislature of Maryland chartered the Dental School as one of the 
Departments of the University. The first Dental Building was erected during that 
year, and no less than four additions were made to it before it was torn down to 
erect the present new building in 1904. The first session of the Dental Department 
was held in 1882, with over sixty students; the latter classes have since numbered 
hundreds. In 1821 and 1822 the first dental lectures in America were delivered in 
the University of Maryland, and in 1835 a regular course of dental lectures was 
delivered in this University by Dr. Horace H. Hayden, who was also the first dental 
practitioner registered to practice his profession in the United States, and was 
afterward associated with Dr. Chapin A. Harris in organizing the first Dental 
College in the world. The University of Maryland was, therefore, the first to give 
instructions in Dentistry. 

The Maryland College of Pharmacy was established in 1841 and was affiliated 
with the University of Maryland in 1893, as the Department of Pharmacy. This 
School of Pharmacy is one of the most efficient and successful in this country. 



ANNOUNCEMENT 

1910-1911 



The Twenty-Ninth Regular or Winter Course of Instruction in the 
University of Maryland Dental Department will begin on Monday, October 3, 
1910, and continue for seven months, irrespective of vacations. The ANNUAL 
COMMENCEMENT will be held at the close of the regular session. During the ses- 
sion there will be a vacation from the 24th of December to the 2nd of January. The 
Class Examinations are held in November, January and April of each session. 

The Spring and Summer Course will begin at the close of the Winter Sessiom 
and continue until the opening of the Regular Session. 

In presenting the Annual Announcement of the Dental Department of the 
University of Maryland for the Collegiate year 1910-1911, the Faculty are gratified 
to be able to state that their efforts to provide a thorough and practical course of 
Instruction for dental students have received the approval of the best men in the 
iental profession, and been highly appreciated by those in attendance on the lec- 
tures, clinics and demonstrations of the course. The energetic efforts made to 
;ecure completeness in every department of this school have resulted in a pros- 
perity which is truly gratifying, and which affords undisputable evidence that the 
nethods of instruction adopted have received the sanction of the profession and 
iccomplished the results anticipated in thoroughly instructing the student in all 
;hat pertains to the science and art of dentistry. 

The hundreds of graduates of this College of Dentistry are now located in 
ilmost every part of the civilized world, and by their ability have established a high 
•eputation for themselves, and also for their Alma Mater. 

The instruction in the University of Maryland Dental Department embraces a 
jraded course of three sssions, and includes all subjects which comprise the theory 
ind practice of Dental Surgery. 

Practical Infirmary and Laboratory, operations are combined with theory as 
aught in diadactic lectures and clinics, and hence require personal contact with 
>atients. The Infirmary practice of this School will compare favorably with that 
>f any other dental college in this country. 

The curriculum proper is arranged strictly with a view to prepare students for 
Iental practice, and the facilities for practice, as well as for theoretical instruction, 
ire ample. 

Connected with, and the students enjoying all the advantages of one of the 
►ldest Universities in this country, the Faculty of this Dental Department can offer 
o its matriculates such a thorough, systematic and practical dental education as 
he present advanced science and art of dentistry demands. 

The rapid advance of the art and science of dental surgery, and the recognition 
if it by the leading Medical Associations as a spcialty of Medicine, as well as the 
lesire of every reputable dental practitioner to have it accepted as such, ren- 
ters it necessary to increase the facilities by which dental students can acquire not 
»nly a thorough knowledge of the profession of their choice, but also a knowledge of 
he collateral sciences. By placing dental surgery, as connected with oral surgery, 
n a position where it is accepted as a department of medicine, its status is exalted, 
. larger number of intellectual men enter its ranks and a new impetus of thought 
md investigation is thereby created. 

The instruction in both Operative and Prosthetic Dentistry is as thorough as it 
s possible to make it, and embraces everything pertaining to dental art. The 
.dvantages which the surgical clinics, both general and oral (to which the dental 
tudents are admitted, as indeed to all the lectures of the University) afford, cannot 
iot be overestimated. Annually an attendance of many thousand patients in the 
)ut-Patient Department, in addition to the Ward patients, are treated in the large 
Jniversity Hospital, which assists in furnishing an abundance of material for the 
)ental Infirmary and Laboratory practice. 



The New Dental Building, completed in 1904, is situated on an elevated sit 
on the northeast corner of Lombard and Greene streets, and is especially convenieD 
in reach from all lines of travel, both general and city. It is lighted by both ele< 
tricity and gas, and all its rooms are easily accessible. This building is heated b 
steam, and no expense has been spared in its equipment. It contains a large Denta 
Infirmary or Operating Room (100x33) lighted from the North, West, South an 
East, and is furnished with a full complement of Wilkerson Operating Chairs, a! 
having an unobstructed light; also, an additional Dental Lecture Hall, wit 
elevated seats. Also, the Dental Museum, Clinic Rooms, Extracting Rooa 
Impression Room, Reception Rooms, Assembly and Reading Room, Technic Rooa 
Toilet Rooms, Patients' and Students' Private Rooms, Halls and Stairways. Als< 
separate Senior, Junior and Freshmen Laboratories, Pathological, Histologics 
Bacteriological and Chemical Laboratories and the office of the Dean. Privat 
lockers and drawers secure the safety of the instruments, books and clothing of tb 
students. The Lecture Halls in the University Building are capable of accon 
modating hundreds of students, being large and well lighted. 

The large and interesting Dental Museum of the University contains man 
speciments of peculiar interest to dental students, and compares favorably, o 
account of the large donations of valuable dental, pathological and other spec 
mens received from this and foreign countries, with that of any other dent* 
institution. 

Working Chemical, Pathological and Histological, Physiological and Bacterii 
logical Laboratories, for the instruction of students during and between session 
are conducted under the immediate supervision of the Professors of those chairs. 

Adjacent to the Dental Infirmary and Laboratory Building and separated froi 
it only by the width of a street, is the extensive and modern University Hospita 
in which are daily held the surgical and other clinics, affording the dental studei 
opportunities of witnessing every variety of general and oral surgical operation 
as it is one of the largest institutions for the care of the sick in the city of Bait 
more; and the trained nurses, to whom are confided the domestic management < 
the institution, are everywhere favorably known as tender and skillful. 

The Professors of the Faculty of Physic are connected with a number of Charit 
Hospitals, the inmates of which also add to the number of dental patients. A 
dental patients are operated on by the students under the careful supervision .( 
the Professors and Demonstrators, and the expenses attending such operations ai 
borne by the University. The benefits of' such a large Infirmary and Laborator 
practice as this Institution affords to the dental students cannot be overestimatei 
and the sources from which the Dental Department of the University of Marylan 
obtains an ample supply of dental patients are so numerous and well assured th£ 
the facilities for the acquirement of practical skill in this institution cannot t 
surpassed. 

The Dental Infirmary and Laboratories are open daily (except Sundays) durin 
the entire year for the reception of patients, and the practice of dental student 
has increased to such an extent that all in attendance during the regular and sun 
mer sessions have an abundance of practical work in both operative and prostheti 
dentistry. The means of practical instruction have already assumed such larg 
proportions that the supply has been beyond the needs of the large classes i 
attendance, and during the past sessions it has often been necessary to turn awa 
patients. The exceedingly large number of patients who visit the Infirmary to ha\» 
teeth extracted affords every student ample opportunities for such practice. Specie 
days each week of the session are devoted to instruction and lectures in Crow 
and Bridge Work, Plastic, .Metal, Continuous Gum, Metallo-Plastic, Porcelain an 
Aluminum work. 



COURSE OF STUDY 



DENTAL PATHOLOGY, ORAL SURGERY, DENTAL 
PROSTHESIS 

PROF FERDINAND J. S. GORGAS, M.D., D.D.S. 

The course of instruction from this Chair will include the histology of the 
dental organs, and all the details connected with the etiology, pathology 
and treatment of the morbid conditions and structural changes of the teeth, 
ilveolar processes, etc., particularly the special pathology, diagnosis and treat- 
ment of all dental diseases, and the local effects upon the dental organs of 
general constitutional and hereditary disease; the local constitutional effects of the 
eruption of the teeth, the special application of all medical agents employed in 
dental practice. Also, all that pertains to Dental Prosthesis, such as the prepara- 
tion and treatment of the mouth for artificial dentures; the construction of artificial 
dentures on the different bases in use, such as vulcanite, celluloid, gold work and 
continuous gum work, etc., embracing the entire procedure, from taking the impres- 
sion to the completion of the case, and its proper adjustment to the mouth. Also, 
the properties, alloys and dental uses of the various metals used in the laboratory 
will be fully described in daily lectures. In conjunction with the lectures, complete 
and thorough instructions in all forms of metal and combination work, Crown-and- 
Bridge-Work, Continuous Gum, Porcelain and Plastic Work will be given in the 
laboratory practice by competent instructors. Special lectures, as well as demon- 
strations in Crown-and-Bridge-work, Porcelain-work, Inlay-work, and the correc- 
tion of the irregularities of the teeth are delivered each week of the session. 

OPERATIVE DENTISTRY 

PROF. JAMES H. HARRIS, M.D., D.D.S. 

The course from this Chair will comprise a thorough, practical instruction in 
all dental operations such as filling, extracting, pivoting and regulating the teeth; 
the filling of pulp canals; the treatment of alveolar abscess, diseased pulps, etc. 
All proper methods for performing operations on the teeth and tissues involved will 
be demonstrated at regular clinics. The various forms and qualities of gold and 
other metals will be carefully considered, and the kind best suited for each par- 
ticular case thoroughly explained and practically demonstrated in operations 
known to the profession. The advantages and disadvantages of each particular 
form of gold will be carefully scrutinized. The methods of manipulating cohesive 
and non-cohesive, or soft, gold foils will be carefully taught, as a knowledge of the 
uses of both forms is absolutely essential to a complete dental education. All 
plastic materials for filling teeth, such as amalgam, cements, etc., and the mode of 
manipulation will receive careful attention. 

Tests for defects in the plastic materials will be shown, and the student taught 
how to make such tests. In short, nothing will be left undone to familiarize the 
class with all known methods of operating and to impress upon the mind of each 
the best and most practical system of performing operations upon the teeth. At 
regular clinics every instrument will be shown and its us thoroughly demonstrated, 
and all new appliances will receive careful attention. 

The Professor of this Chair will deliver a regular course of lectures on opera- 
tive dentistry, in addition to giving special clinics at stated times for practical 
instruction. 



CHEMISTRY AND METALLURGY 

PROF. R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D. 

The aim of this course is to present to the student the most important facts an 
principles of Modern Chemistry in a plain but precise and scientific form. Specis 
attention will be given to the mode of preparation, properties, etc., of the metal 
alloys and the various compounds used in -dental practice. 

The course of lectures will be fully illustrated by experiments, for whic 
purpose the department is well supplied with apparatus. 

The Chemical, Histological, Bacteriological and other Laboratories of this d 
partment, open daily, offer excellent facilities to students desiring to take specis 
courses in practical chemical manipulation and pathology. 

ORAL SURGERY 

PROF. RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.D. 

Surgry is an eminently practical branch, and as such is taught.Didactic lectur< 
are illustrated by diagrams, casts, color drawings and a large collection of spec 
mens. The University Hospital, as well as the Out-Door Department, supplies 
varied clinic, so that the direct application of the principles of Surgery can be mac 
in the immediate presence of the student, to his great advantage. 

Every condition of oral and face disease is studied and treated, and evei 
opportunity afforded the dental student to qualify himself in this important coun 
of study, and advantages are presented which only dental schools directly coi 
nected with medical departments can command for their students. 

ANATOMY 

PROF. J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D. 

Anatomy will be taught in the most practical manner, not only by didactic le 
tures in the anatomical theatre, but by class demonstrations of osteology an 
syndesmology, under the supervision of- an Associate Professor of Anatomy. Tt 
lectures on this fundamental branch of medicine and dental science will be amp] 
illustrated with preparations, models, plates, drawings and dissected cadave 
Special reference will be made to the anatomy, microscopical and comparative, < 
the jaws, teeth, salivary glands and other organs and tissues, contained within < 
accessory to the oral cavity. 

PHYSIOLOGY 

PROF. JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

The instruction in this department is graded, and consists of lectures, confe 
ences, demonstrations upon living animals, and written exercises which are hande 
in by the student once every month. The Professor gives a number of questior 
selected in such a way that the proper answering of them requires that the studei 
shall not only have paid close attention to the lectures and demonstrations, bi 
must read up very carefully in his text-book at home. These exercises are co 
rected by the Professor; the errors are discussed in the classrooms, when they ai 
returned to the student. 

Thre are really two courses in Physiology: an elementary course for the firs 
year students, and an advanced course for the second year students. In the Phys 
ologic Laboratory the instruction will consist largely of experiments and observi 
tions made by the student himself. Students will be trained not to rest upo 
authority, but upon personal observation and individual analysis of the phenomen 
of life. 

Part of the lectures In Elementary Physiology and the conferences are coi 
ducted by Dr. Charles C. Conser. 

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THERAPEUTICS AND MATERIA MEDICA 

PROF. TIMOTHY 0. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S 

In this department special attention is bestowed upon the application of such 
remedies as are employed in the treatment of pathological conditions of the teeth 
ind the oral cavity, togther with their composition and physiological action. The 
aature, use and administration of anaesthetic agents, both local and general, will 
also receive special attention both theoretically and practically in didactic lectures 
and demonstrations. 

CLINICAL DENTISTRY 

PROF. ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S. 

Clinical lectures are delivered which are illustrated by the performance of 
various operations upon patients in the Infirmary. 

The Professor of this Chair has daily supervision over all operations performed 
In the Infirmary, and the methods taught are of such a character that, by attention 
and diligence, the student may become a good operator at the chair. The subject 
ot Orthodontia includes lectures and demonstrations embracing the etiology, 
diagnosis and treatment of the irregularities of the teeth by the approved methods 
for correction. 

DEMONSTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS 

' The facilities for securing patients for the students to acquire actual practice 
under the supervision of the professors and demonstrators are so superior that each 
student has ample opportunity for gaining practical knowledge and skill in 
manipulation, thus preparing him to enter with confidence, after graduation, upon 
the active duties of his profession. The importance of combining theory and prac- 
tice cannot be overestimated. 

THE DENTAL INFIRMARY, in charge of Prof. Isaac H. Davis, affords every 
facility for practical knowledge in Operative Dentistry, the patients being assigned 
to the students by the Demonstrators, who are constantly present to give the required 
information and directions. Every one of the many operating chairs in the Infir- 
mary can be connected with batteries for operating dental electric appliances, such 
as the electric plugger, electric mouth lamp, etc. Professor Davis is assisted by 
Dr. William A. Rea and a number of experienced Demonstrators. 

THE DENTAL LABORATORIES, in charge of Prof. John C. Uhler, are so 
admirably equipped that they contain all the conveniences for the preparation of 
metals, the manufacture of teeth and the construction of artificial dentures of every 
kind. The Demonstrators of this department will always be ready to give the 
necessary instruction. 

Under the teaching of skillful instructors, the students can acquire a thorough 
knowledge of Metal, Continuous Gum, Crown-and-Bridge-Work, Porcelain Work 
and Plastic Work, the Laboratories being equipped with the latest and most ap- 
proved furnaces and appliances for such styles of work. Lathes and Dental Engines 
are operated by electricity and foot-power. 

CROWN WORK, BRIDGE WORK, PORCELAIN WORK AND INLAY WORK.— 
A complete course of demonstration and lectures are conducted by Dr. L. W. 
Farinholt on these branches of dentistry. 

In the Extracting Room the various general and local anaesthetics are daily 
administered and applied in the extraction of teeth under the supervision of Dr. 
S. W. Moore. 

DENTAL TECHNICS. — Complete courses of Dental Technics are conducted by 
Dr. J. S. Gieser. Owing to the scarcity of teeth for this course, students are 
requested to bring with them all the extracted teeth they can. 

Students are assigned to seats in the Lecture Halls, and also to Infirmary and 
Laboratory lockers, in the order in which they matriculate, and each student is 
required to occupy the same during the session. Early matriculation secures the 
most prominent seats and lockers, as well as other advantages. 

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PRACTICAL ANATOMY 

The Dissecting Room is in charge of the Professors and Demonstrators of Anat- 
omy, who superintend and direct the classes in their dissections. The rooms are 
new, convenient, well wanned, ventilated and lighted. The Demonstrators pass 
much of their time in assisting the students and in guiding their labors. (Access 
may be had to the rooms daily.) 

HOSPITAL CLINICS 

In addition to the facilities afforded by this institution for a thorough course 
of instruction in the theory and practice of dentistry, the clinics in the University 
Hospital enable the Dental equally with the Medical Students to become familiar 
with the diseases and operations of Practical Surgery; excisions of jaw, of tongue, 
partial or entire; tumors, cancerous or benign, of various parts of the buccal cavity; 
plastic operations for the restorations of cheek, lip, antrum disease, etc., may be 
mentioned as having been before the class during the year. The induction of anaes- 
thesia by means of different agents — ether, chloroform, bromide of ethyl, nitrous 
oxide gas, somnoform, kelene, etc., all being used in the clinics — cannot fail to be 
of use to the students of Oral Surgery. 



SUMMARY OF STUDIES 

FIRST YEAR. — Anatomy, Physiology, Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 
Chemistry, Dental Technics (Operative and Prosthetic), Prosthetic Dentistry 
(Didactic and Practical), Crown-work, Dissection and Extraction of Teeth. 

SECOND YEAR.- — Anatomy, Physiology, Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 
Chemistry, Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Clinical, Practical, Operative 
and Prosthetic Dentistry, Principles of Dental Science, Dental Pathology, Dental 
Histology, Crown-work, Bridge-work, Inlay-work, Porcelain-work and Metallurgy. 

THIRD YEAR. — Anatomy, Physiology, Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 
Chemistry, Operative and Prosthetic Dentistry, Clinics, Normal Histology, Bac- 
teriology, Oral Surgery, Orthodontia, Dental Medicine, Dental Jurisprudence, Gen- 
eral and Dental Pathology, Histological, Pathological and Bacteriological Laboratory 
work. Crown-work, Bridge-work, Porcelain-work, Dental History. Also Practical, 
Operative and Prosthetic work. 

Freshmen and Juniors who fail in their examination for a higher grade will bo 
accorded the privilege of a second examination during the first part of the follow- 
ing regular session. Seniors, under like circumstances, may pass a second examina- 
tion at the commencement of the ensuing session. 



SESSIONS 

Each Collegiate Year consists of two sessions: First, the Winter Session, on 
which alone attendance is obligatory; and second, Spring and Summer Session. 

The Winter Session, 1910-1911, begins October 3d, 1910, and the Commencement 
exercises are held at the close of each Winter Session. 

The Spring and Summer Session each year begins at the close of the Winter 
Session and continues until the opening of the next Winter Session. The work of 
the Spring and Summer Session is altogether practical, no lectures are delivered, 
but the Dental Students attending this session will have, in addition to practical 
instruction in Operative and Mechanical Dentistry, the privilege of attending the 
Surgical, Medical and Daily Bedside Clinics of the University Hospital, where a 
large number of patients are treated. 

The many advantages of the Spring and Summer Session for actual practice 
cannot be overestimated, as the number of patients applying for dental services is 
always very large, and the Infirmary is never closed except on Sundays. 

Students who have no dental experience, and also those First and Second Course 
students Who desire to avail themselves of the great advantages offered for practical 
work and instruction, are earnestly advised to attend the Spring and Summer 

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Course. Indeed, every student, if it is possible, should take advantage of such ai 
opportunity for acquiring practical knowledge. This course, however, is not con 
sidered as equivalent to a Regular or Winter Course, in the requirements for gradu 
ation, and attendance on it is not obligatory, but it affords great opportunity fo: 
practical work. 

This Dental Department strictly complies with the rules of the National Assc 
ciation of Dental Faculties and the National Association of Dental Examiners. 

QUALIFICATION FOR ADMISSION 

This University Dental Department is a member of the National Association o 
Dental Faculties and conforms to all the rules and regulations of that body. Then 
fore, candidates for entrance will be expected to pass an examination correspond^ 
to that required in a high school of their section of country. A certicate of educa 
tional qualification equivalent or superior to such a course will be accepted as suff 
cient for admission without examination. A knowledge of Latin or Greek is no 
required. The preliminary examination, when such is required, is in the hands o 
the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, who has appointed Prof. J. H. Elliot 
of the Baltimore City College, to make examinations and pass upon certificates fo 
the University of Maryland Dental Department. A matriculate examination is no 
required of those coming with an intermediate certfiicate from other recognize 
dental schools. 

According to a resolution passed by the National Association of Dental Facu 
ties no Dental School can admit students later than the 10th day after opening c 
the regular session; hence, all students must enter the school withix the first te: 
days of the session, in order to.be credited with a full session. 

In case of sickness, attested by a physician's certificate, a student may ente 
twenty days after the opening of the winter session. 

Graduates of this school are admitted on the matriculation fee only; graduate 
of other schools on the payment of the matriculation fee and $75 tuition fees. 

Graduates of recognized Medical Colleges are admitted to the Junior or Secon 
Year Class without examination. 

Students who enter from other reputable Dental Colleges will be credited fc 
such studies on which they have passed finally in their former Colleges, except th 
purely dental studies. 

The National Association of Dental Faculties has forbidden all Dental College 
in this country to grant or receive Scholarships by the following resolution: "R< 
solved, That it is the sense of this Association that the method of bestowing schola: 
ships is no longer called for and is detrimental to the best interests of the profei 
sion, and that hereafter no College of this Association shall grant either free c 
beneficiary Scholarships." 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION 

The candidate for graduation must have attended three full courses of lecture; 
demonstrations and clinical instruction at the REGULAR OR WINTER SESSION 
in this or other recognized schools. 

The following, however, will be considered equivalent to an attendance on on 
or two courses of lectures in this Dental School: One or two courses in any repi 
table dental sehool, prior to matriculation in this University. 

The candidate for graduation must also present himself for examination upo 
all subjects composing the Dental Course of Instruction. Prior to such examim 
tions he must show specimens of operations upon the natural organs performed i 
the Dental Infirmary of the University, and present an approved specimen of dent* 
mechanism constructed in the Dental Laboratory of the University to be deposite 
in the University Museum. Candidates for graduation who fail to pass the fine 
Examination at the end of the year have the privilege of standing a second exam 
nation for the degree of D.D.S., in the following fall, without being compelled t 
attend another session. Candidates failing to graduate are not required to appea 
for examination in those branches in which they have obtained the required pe 
centage. 

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The judgment of the Faculty upon the fitness of a candidate is based upon their 
knowledge of his general attendance and industry, character and habits, as well as 
upon the results of his final examinations. 

The Faculty, however, wish it to be distinctly understood that while any stu- 
dent who has complied with the technical requisitions, viz: Matriculation, attend- 
ance upon lectures and clinics, etc., may appear before them for examination, they 
reserve for themselves and will exercise the right of making moral as well as profes- 
sional qualifications an element in their decision. Open irregularities of conduct, 
negligence, habitual and prolonged absence from lectures and neglect or failure to 
comply with requirements, will always be regarded as obstacles to the attainment 
of a degree or advancement to a higher grade. Violation of the State Dental Law 
is strictly forbidden. 

Attendance upon the Commencement Exercises is obligatory upon every candi- 
date for graduation. 

FEES FOR EACH REGULAR WINTER COURSE 

The Fees {with the exception of the Diploma Fee) must be paid as follows: One- 
half on the entrance day, and the balance during the first week of the 
succeeding January; this rule must be strictly observed. 

Matriculation (paid once only), $5.00. Tuition fee, $150.00. Diploma fee, 
$30.00. Dissecting fee (paid once only), $10.00. Students who have attended a 
session of this or any other College, prior to 1906-1907, are admitted on the old fees. 

(The Diploma Fee must be paid by the first of April of the year of graduation.) 

A special ticket is issued at the close of each session to every student of the 
first and second year classes, as an evidence that he has passed successfully, or 
unsuccessfully, examinations for advancement to a higher grade, and also has 
attended a full session. 

No assessment is made on candidates for graduation, the University bearing 
all the expenses attending the Commencement Exrcises. 

Dental students who have attended three full sessions in the University are 
privileged to attend subsequent sessions on payment of the matriculation fee only. 

Tickets for any of the Courses of Study may be taken out separately. 

Applicants for admission can send to the Dean at any time between regular 
sessions the fee of $5.00 in order to secure prominent seats in the Lecture Halls, 
and also lockers and drawers in the Infirmary and Laboratories. 

FEES FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER COURSES 

The tuition fee for the Spring and Summer Course is $75, which must be paid 
by the first of June of each year, or on matriculation if the student enters later; 
this amount will be deducted from fees of the next following Winter Session. 

All tickets for the Dental Department will be issued by the Dean of that 
Department, at the University Dental Building, to whom all dental students are 
requested to report themselves immediately upon their arrival in Baltimore. 

TEXT-BOOKS 

Ox Operative Dentistry: Johnson's or Kirk's Operative Dentistry, each $6.00. 

Ox Prosthetic Dextistry: Turner's, $6.00. 

Ox Materia Medica axd Therapeutics: Gorgas' Dental Medicine, 8th edition, 
$4.50; Stevens' Mat. Med. and Therapeutics, $3.50. 

Ox Physiology: Kirke's, $3.00. 

Ox Ax atomy: Gray's, $6.00. 

Ox Chemistry: Miller's Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry, $1.12; Roscoe's 
Elementary Chemistry, $1.10; Remsen's $1.00. 

Ox Normal Histology (Senior Year): Piersol's, $3.50, or Storh's, Hill's or 
Schaefer's. 

Ox Orthodoxtia (Senior Year): Guilford's, Talbott's or Angle's, $5.00. 

Ox Bacteriology (Senior Year): Abbott's, $2.75; McFarland's, $3.50. 

Ox Pathology (Senior Year): McConnell's, $2.50. 

Oral Surgery: Marshall's, $5.00. 

Dextal Axatomy axd Histology: Bromell's, $4.50. 

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The following works will prove useful to Dental Students: 

"Questions and Answers,'' comprising the entire curriculum of the Dental Stu- 
dent, by Professor Gorgas, will be found useful in the study of text-books, and also 
a guide for study preparatory to entering college and during the sessions, and for 
final and State Board Dental Examinations. In one volume, price $6.00. 

The latest (6th) edition of Harris' Dental Dictionary, revised by Professor 
Gorgas, proves a valuable text-book for the dental student, $5.00. 

Also, Essig's Dental Metallurgy, Mitchell's Dental Chemistry, or Hall's Dental 
Chemistry or Metallurgy. 

The student should have at least one standard work upon each subject taught 
them in the University. 

After the books for the first year are purchased, which will include the first 
six on the above list, the second and third years will require but three or four more 
books. 

Text-books can be obtained at a discount from retail prices to students of this 
college from the Agent of the Publishers, at the University of Maryland. 

INSTRUMENTS. — Every student is required to furnish his own hand instru- 
ments in what are known as "Student Sets," which can be used in after practice. 
The cost of these "Sets" of instruments will vary according to number and finish: 
the larger sets with the text-books can be procured for $80.00. A smaller set of 
instruments can be procured for about $50.00, not including the dental engine. All 
dental schools now require the students to procure their own dental engines for use 
in the Infirmary. The University furnishes extracting forceps, vulcanizers, electric 
and foot lathes and other large instruments used in the Laboratories. 

BOARD in private houses can be obtained at from $3.50 to $4.00 per week 
according to quality, including lodging, fuel and light; also furnished or unfur- 
nished rooms, without board, at from $6 to $10 per month. By leaving baggage at 
railway depot until after matriculation, time and expense may be saved, as the 
student can go from the office of the Dean direct to the College Building on Univer- 
sity grounds, northeast corner of Lombard and Greene streets, where the Janitor 
will furnish him w T ith a list of comfortable and convenient boarding houses suitable 
to his means and wishes. The expenses of living are at least as low, if not lower, 
in Baltimore as in any large city in the United States. Good boarding houses are 
within easy walking distance of the University. 

The personal expenses of the students are at least as low in Baltimore as in any 
large city in the United States. The following estimates of students' personal 
expenses for the academic year of seven months have been prepared by students, and 
are based upon actual experiences: 



ITEMS. Low. Average. Liberal. 



Books SIS $32 $50 

College Incidentals ... 10 

Board, seven months 75 ' 110 

Room rent, separate from board 24 40 50 

Clothes and washing 

All other expense 



Total. 



30 
10 



$1." 



40 

20 75 



$222 $355 



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PRIZES 

The following prizes were awarded to members of the Senior, Junior and 
Freshman Classes of this Dental Department for the Session of 1909-1910: 

The University Gold Medal for the Highest Grade at the Final Examinations— 
To Paul Lamar Pearson, of North Carolina. 

Honorable Mention for Second Highest Grade— To John D. Leahy, of New 
Hampshire. 

Roll of Honor— Students of Senior Class grading to a possible 800: Paul L. 
Pearson, John D. Leahy, W. C. McKey, H. W. Blaisdell, A. de Conti, T. D. Webb, 
W. D. Gieseler, C. D. Ansley, W. L. Keller, S. M. Callaway, H. N. Brown, D. G. Ever- 
hart, F. H. Flynn. 

SENIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

Prof. James H. Harris' Gold Medal — For Best Non-Cohesive Gold Filling, 
Wilbert D. Gieseler. 

Honorable Mention — D. Groff Everhart. 

Prof. F. J. S. Gorgas' Gold Medal — For Best Cohesive Gild Filling, Harry W. 
Blaisdell. 

First Honorable Mention — Thomas D. Webb. Second Honorable Mention — 
William Keller. 

Prof. Isaac H. Davis' Gold Medal — For Best Combination Gold Filling, Sherley 
M. Callaway. 

First Honorable Mention — Charles E. Waters. Second Honorable Mention — 
Richard W. Davis. 

Dental Department Gold Medal — For Best Full Upper Set of Teeth on Metal, 
Phares L. Landis. 

Gold Medal — For Best Partial Upper Set of Teeth on Metal, Harold E. R. Pascoe. 

Gold Medal — For Best Senior Class Crown-and-Bridge-Work, Thomas D. Webb, 
Harry W. Blaisdell. 

Honorable Mention — Phares L. Landis. 

JUNIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

Prof. John C. Uhlers Gold Medal— For Best Combination Set of Teeth, Lloyd 
M. Basehoar. 

First Honorable Mention — David C. White. Second Honorable Mention — Rob- 
ert W\ Crews. 

Charles R. Deeley Gold Medal — For Best Junior Class Crown-and-Bridge-Work, 
Alexander H. Paterson. 

Equal Honorable Mentions — Robert W. Crews and Daniel T. Walters. 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 

Luther B. Benton's Gold Medal— For Best Vulcanite Set of Teeth, John A. Black. 

First Honorable Mention — David D. P. Houston. Second Honorable Mention — 
John A. McClung. 

Certificates for Best Freshman Class Crown-and-Bridge Work — George R. Pat- 
erson. 

A number of prizes will be awarded to the students of the Session of 1910-1911. 
All prize work must be constructed in the Dental Laboratory of the College under 
the supervision of the Associate Professors and Demonstrators. A certificate signed 
by the Dean and bearing the seal of the University accompanies each prize. 

Members of the dental profession having specimens of abnormal development, 
of unusual pathological conditions, models of irregularities, ores of metals, com- 
parative anatomy specimens, etc., are respectfully requested to donate them to the 
Museum of this department, when they will receive suitable acknowledgment, and 
the donor's name be attached to the specimen and published in the annual catalogue. 

The Faculty desire to acknowledge valuable donations to the Museum of the 
Dental Department during the past year from the following dental practitioners: 

Drs. J. W. Grove, Penna.; A. A. Bemis, Mass.; T. E. Weeks, Penna.; J. D. 
Basehore, Penna.; H. Clifford Leib, Md.; T. O. Heatwole, Md.; L. W. Belcher, 
W. Va.; S. M. Niestadt, Md.; B. M. Wilkerson, Va.; Carlos Walker, W. Va.; J. A. 
Black, N. J.; G. Jureidini, Egypt. 



YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF THE 
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND. 

This Association has been established for thirteen years past in the University 
and has been attended with success ever since its organization. 

All students are eligible to membership as actives or associates, which mem- 
bership includes special privileges in the City Association. 

The rooms of the Association are located in one of the buildings of the Uni- 
versity. 

A Students' Bible Class is maintained by the Association, and every effort 
exerted to promote Christian character and morality. 

There will be a committee on hand at the opening of the session to welcome new 
students, and a reception by the Association will be given earlier in the session. 

All young men who intend to enter the University are cordially invited to 
address the President of the Young Men's Christian Association of the University 
of Maryland, who will be only too glad to render any assistance within his powef, 
and, on arriving in the city, are requested to make themselves known as soon as 
possible. 



POST GRADUATE COURSE. 

Since the organization of this Dental Department an annual Post-Graduata 
Course has been open to the graduates of this School. 

POST-GRADUATES, 1910. 

Eugene Boxd Howle, D.D.S. 

James E. Fundebbubk, D.D.S. 

E. Fitzboy Phillips, D.D.S. 

Henby Scott Gabdneb, D.D.S. 

David A. Weinbubg, D.D.S. 

Each department of the University publishes a list of its matriculates in 
its respective annual catalogues. No names are published in the Catalogue of 
the Dental Department except those who are strictly Dental Students. The 
Annual Catalogue is published in June of each year. For Matriculating Students 
the Dean will be found at his office in the Dental Building at 11 A. M. each week 
day. 



IS 



DENTAL INFIRMARY 

OF THE 

University of Maryland 

Dental Department 



OPEN DAILY DURING THE ENTIRE YEAR 
FROM 1 TO 6 P. M. 



Clinics at 9 A. M. during Regular Session. During the Summer and the 
Regular Sessions many operations are performed in the Infirmary free of charge, 
at cost of material only. No expense to students for material for college patients. 

This Infirmary is in charge of the Professors and Demonstrators, and the 
number of patients in daily attendance is frequently greater than can be accom- 
modated. 

During the session of 1909-1910 there were: 

Teeth extracted 9,910 

Fillings inserted in teeth (gold, amalgam and plastic) 4,806 

Teeth treated and crown-work 9,980 

Sets of teeth made in Laboratory, including bridge-work 8,879 

Sets of teeth repaired 8,954 

Surgical operations on Mouth and Jaws 70 

This record does not include the Spring and Summer Session of 1909, when the 
list of operations showed an average of more than one-third as compared with the 
Regular or Winter Sessions. 

All general and local Anaesthetics in common use are daily administered and 
applied for the Extraction of Teeth and in Surgical Operations on the Head and 
Face. 

All reliable materials are employed in the construction of Artificial Teeth, 
Metal and Plastic Work, Continuous Gum, Crown and Bridge-work, Porcelain and 
Inlay-work are demonstrated by expert Instructors. 

Profs. John C. Uhler, I. H. Davis and Dr. William A. Rea, assisted by compe- 
tent Demonstrators, are in charge of the Infirmaries and Laboratories during the 
Winter, Spring and Summer Sessions. 

Infirmary and Laboratories in Dental Department Building, corner of Greene 
and Lombard streets, Baltimore. 

PROF. ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S. 

PROF. JOHN C. UHLER, D.D.S. 

WILLIAM A. REA, D.D.S. 

Demonstrators. 

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GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1910 



Albert J. Allaire Massachusetts. 

Prank Robixsox Axders North Carolina. 

Charles Douglass Ansley Massachusetts. 

Nathan E. Austix New York. 

Charles De Lacy Bass North Carolina. 

Harry Wallace Blaisdell New Hampshire. 

Thomas Lawrexce Boyle New York. 

Herbert Nathan Brown Rhode Island. 

Wallace Burgess Bruce Maryland. 

Hugh McK. Burxs Connecticut. 

Sherley Mingo Callaway West Virginia. 

Walter Woods Campbell Massachusetts. 

Angelus De Coxti .Rhode Island. 

Arthur Davenport North Carolina. 

Richard Warland Davis Georgia. 

Andres L. Costas Diaz Porto Rico. 

Chaeles Francis Doud New York. 

George C. Downey Massachusetts. 

George Clarence Dreher New Jersey. 

Roy Jerome Drummond South Carolina. 

David Groff Everhart ^ . . . . Maryland. 

Abelardo de Azevado Falcao Brazil, S. A. 

Hatxey A. Infante Fajardo Cuba. 

Henry Holton Flowers Maryland. 

Frank Henry Flynn Maine. 

Wilbert Diedrich Gieseler West Virginia. 

Walton J. Graft New Jersey. 

Clarence T. Hamrick North Carolina. 

Albert Ackley Harringtox New York. 

Carl C. Harper North Carolina. 

William Lawrence Keller i Maryland. 

Phares L. Landis Pennsylvania. 

John Denis Leahy New Hampshire. 

James Hugh McGinn South Carolina. 

Winston C. McKey Georgia. 

Samuel M. Neistadt Maryland. 

Daniel Eugene Van Nostband New Jersey. 

Harold Edwin Reginald Pascoe Australia. 

Paul Lamar Pearsox North Carolina. 

Hector L. Peloquix Massachusetts. 

Coxrad Frederick Reiman Connecticut. 

David S. Robinson New York. 

Samuel A. Rosen Maryland. 

Chables Augustus Ross Pennsylvania 

Jacob L. Solomon New York. 

Miss Lena C. S. Sparck Maryland. 

Siii. Verxon Strickler Virginia. 

Benjamin M. Thamax Maryland. 

Jamis H. Tippett New York. 

( ;ko\ i b ( 'lkveland Trumbo West Virginia. 

R ai ru Edmund Tryox New York. 

Chables Edwabd Watebs Maryland. 

Thomas Dai <;m im v Webb North Carolina. 

William Pope Wilson North Carolina. 



CATALOGUE OF DENTAL STUDENTS 



SESSION 1909=1910 



AN of these Matriculates conformed to the requirements for Admission 
as Specified by the Annual Catalogue of each year. 

SENIOR CLASS 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Allaire, A. J Massachusetts Dr. A. J. Harpin. 

Anders, F. R North Carolina Dr. P. R. Falls. 

Ansley, C. D Massachusetts Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Austin, N. E Vermont Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Bass, C. De L North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Blaisdell, H. W New Hampshire Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Boyle, T. L New York N. Y. Coll. of Dentistry. 

Bruce, W. B Maryland Dr. W. W. Bruce. 

Brown, H. N Rhode Island Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Burns, H. McK Connecticut Dr. E. Fitzgerald. 

Callaway, S. M West Virginia Dr. W. G. Calloway. 

Campbell, W. W Massachusetts Dr. W. L. Shipman. 

Costas, A. L Porto Rico Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Davenport, A North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Davis, R. W Georgia S. C. Dental College. 

De Conti, A. D Rhode Island Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Downey, G. C Massachusetts Dr. A. J. Harpin. 

Doud, F. C New York Dr. Edgar Watson. 

Dreher, G. C New Jersey Dr. J. P. P. Knef. 

Drummond, R. J South Carolina Dr. B. E. Holcomb. 

Everhart, D. G Maryland Dr. J. T. Pyles. 

Falcao, A de A Brazil, S. A Dr. J. A. Rawlinson. 

Flowers, H. H Maryland Balto. Med. Coll. Dent. Dept. 

Flynn, H. H Maine Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Gieseler, W. G West Virginia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Graft, W. S New Jersey Dr. J. P. P. Knef. 

Hamrick, C. L North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Harper, C. C North Carolina Dr. H. D. Harper. 

Harrington, A. A New York Dr. B. B. Ide. 

Infante, H. A Cuba Dr. Juan M. Zambrano. 

Keller, W. L Maryland Dr. John C. McAdams. 

Kenna, F. L New Jersey Dr. Joseph H. Kenna. 

Landis, P. L Pennsylvania Dr. S. L. Heindel. 

Levin, D Maryland Dr. H. V. Levinia. 

Lewsen, M. D (Miss) Maine Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Leahy, J. D New Hampshire Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

McGinn, J. H South Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

McKey, W. C Georgia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Neistadt, S. M Maryland Dr. Alex. Freed. 

Pascoe, H. D. R Australia Phila. Dental College. 

Pearson, P. L North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Peloquin, H. L Massachusetts Dr. O. Gregoire. 

Reiman, C. F Connecticut Balto. Med. Coll. Dent. Dept. 

Robinson, D. S New York Balto. Med. Coll. Dent. Dept. 

Rosen, S. A Maryland Univ. Md. Dental. Dept. 

Ross, C. A Pennsylvania Balto. Med. Coll. Dent. Dept. 

Simms, A. J Maryland Balto. Med. Coll. Dent. Dept. 

Solomon, J. L New York Univ. Md. Dental. Dept. 

Sparck, L. S. C. (Miss) Maryland Univ. Md. Dental. Dept. 



>"ame. 

Strickler, S. V 

Thaman, B. M 

Thomas, J W, Jr. .. 

Tippett, J. H 

Tryon, R. E 

Trumbo, G. C 

Van Nostrand, D. E 

Waters, C. E 

Webb, T. D 

Wilson, W. P 



Residence. 

Virginia 

Maryland 

Virginia 

New York 

New York .... 
West Virginia 
New Jersey. . . 
Maryland .... 

Maryland 

North Carolina 



Preceptor. 

..Dr. B. L. Strickler. 
..Univ. Md. Dental. Dept. 
. . Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 
..Dr. D. C. O'Donohue. 
. . Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 
..Atlanta Dental Coll. 
..Dr. J. L. Van Nostrand, 
..Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 
..Dr. J. W. Carlton 
..Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 






Basehoar, L. M 
Bonnoitt, L. W 

Bratton, D 

Burrows, R 

Cambo, L. A. . . 
Claggett, T. J. . 
Courtney, W. F 
Crews, R. W.. . 
Davidson, W. L 
Donnelly, J. G., Jr 
Englar, H. S.. 
Finch, H. M... 
Folsom, H. A. 
Gaddy, R. B.. 
Greene, H. C. . 
Gluckman, S. H 
Gonsalves, S. T 
Hamilton, S. J 
Hargrove, S. J., Jr 
Harrower, A. D 
Healey, D. E.. 
Henneberger, 1 
Herman, B. F. 
High, D. P.... 
Hoffman, A. J. 
Hubbard, N. T 
Johnston, S. B 
Jureidini, G... 



Justice, M. L., 
Justiz, A. E... 
Lang, H. W... 
Loftus, E. T.. 
Long, C. J.. • . 

Martin, H 

Montero, A.. . . 
Montesinos, M. 
Nisbet, S. P. . . 
Paterson, A. H 
Remsen, J. R. 
Rodriguez, L. . 

Roth, S 

Saxon, G. E. . . 
Shore, R. H. .. 
Skelton, R. E. 
Twigg, A. G. T 
Upson, A. G. . . 
Walters, D. T. 
White, D. C... 
Wingo, C. E., Jr 
Youngs, O. H. . 



M 



JUNIOR CLASS 

Maryland Dr. C. S. Basehoar. 

South Carolina Dr. E. A. Early. 

Maryland Dr. S. Claude Sykes 

Connecticut Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Cuba Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Connecticut Dr. J. M. King. 

North Carolina Dr. John A. Roach. 

South Carolina Dr. J. L. Hamilton. 

New Jersey Dr. J. S. Kenny. 

Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Connecticut Dr. J. R. Ralston. 

Vermont Dr. Thos. J. Walsh. 

North Carolina Dr. Eugene S. Greene. 

Connecticut Balto. Med. Coll. Dent. Dept. 

New Jersey Balto. Med. Coll. Dent. Dept. 

Brazil, S. A Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

, New York Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

, Georgia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

. Virginia Dr. J. W. Harrower. 

, Canada Dr. P. T. Healey. 

Maryland Dr. W. H. Lowell. 

. Connecticut Dr. P. A. Garneau. 

.North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

. New Jersey Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

. Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

. Virginia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

• Egypt Dr. M. Jureidini. 

. North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

. Cuba Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

.Vermont Dr. C. M. Richmond. 

. Massachusetts Dr. W. S. Garland. 

.West Virginia Univ. Md. Dental. Dept. 

. Connecticut Univ. Md. Dental. Dept. 

. Porto Rico Univ. Md. Dental. Dept. 

. Porto Rico Univ. Md. Dental. Dept. 

. South Carolina Univ. Md. Dental. Dept. 

. Pennsylvania .Univ. Md. Dental. Dept. 

. New Jersey Balto. Med. Coll. Dent. Dept 

. Porto Rico Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

. Maryland Dr. William Quitt. 

.New Jersey Dr. Geo. Bleezard. 

. North Carolina Drs. T. A. & R. 0. Apple. 

. New York Dr. C. H. Bishop. 

. Maryland Dr. F. P. Stehley. 

.Connecticut Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

. North Carolina Dr. John A. Roach. 

.Louisiana Tulane Univ. Dent. Dept. 

. Maryland Dr. Charles Wings. 

. Connecticut Dr. Ernest J. Jones. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 

>ame. Residence. Preceptor. 

Allen, L. T Nova Scotia tf Dr. C. C. Campbell. 

Baugher, W. L Virginia Dr. Frank L. Harris. 

Bernhardt, D. A West Virginia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Black, J. A New Jersey Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Blatt, D • -Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Binder, H. W Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Blanchard, P. A Vermont Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Bonney, H. E Virginia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Burk, A. H New Jersey Dr. A. G. Strickler. 

Camp, J. O Connecticut Dr. T. A. Ralston 

Clark, W. H New Hampshire Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Dawson, R. B West Virginia Dr. Jesse Herbert. 

Delaney, L. W New Jersey Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Ellington, R. H North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Ellison, F. J Maryland Dr. Wilbert Price. 

Eve, S. P Bermuda Dr. P. F. Cook. 

Flook, D. T Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Foard, A. C Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Ganzburg, J. H Connecticut Dr. A. Ganzburg. 

Grempler, H Maryland Dr. G. J. Grempler. 

Hamlin, J. J • • Virginia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

H^aley, J. F Canada Dr. P. T. Healey. 

Herr, F. T Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Hickey, T. J Pennsylvania Dr. J. W. Hickey. 

Hicks, R. L South Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Hoffman, T. H Pennsylvania Dr. C. S. Basehoar. 

Houston, D. P. B New Jersey Dr. F. McLean. 

Jefferson, H Georgia Dr. Albert Jefferson. 

Keighley, J. F. M Rhode Island Dr. E. B. Keighley. 

Keller, H. E New Jersey Dr. Jas. T. Lillis. 

Kennedy, W. S New York Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Kerschner, G. E Pennsylvania Dr. Wilbert Price. 

Kirven, W .W Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Lloyd, W. L Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Mansir, J. M Maine .Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

McClung, J. A Virginia Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Merrill, C. W Rhode Island .Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Moore, F. Vermont Dr. W. B. Fitch. 

Outten, L. R Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Ortel, H. F Maryland Dr. J. Sheridan McAleese. 

Paterson, G. K North Carolina Dr. R. O. Apple. 

Pemberton, B. M Virginia Dr. W. F. Deekon. 

Ray, R North Carolina Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Sapp, C. B North Carolina Dr. C. C. Sapp. 

Schlieder, C. E New York Dr. J. W. Schlieder. 

Simms, E. A Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Sinay, A. J Connecticut Dr. Ernest J. Jones. 

Sinskey, M. E Maryland Dr. Henry L. Sinskey. 

Smith, W. I New Jersey Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Stannard, M. B New Jersey Dr. Chas. E. Dare. 

Steinberg, J. B Maryland Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 

Streich, H Russia Dr. S. B. Hoffman. 

Sullivan, J. J New Hampshire Dr. J. A. Flood. 

Thurlow, N. C Maine Dr. J. H. Bresnahan. 

Walker, C Florida Dr. A. V. Huntzbery. 

Woods, O South Carolina Dr. J. A. Fulmer. 

Wray, H. D New York Dr. Ernest Douglas. 

Young, J. L Connecticut Univ. Md. Dental Dept. 



GRADUATES 



OF THE 



University of Maryland, Dental Department 



Aiken, Albert A., Texas 1897 

Aiken, David S. C 1890 

Armstrong, Robert E., Iowa 1900 

Arnold, Joseph Phillip, Texas 1900 

Aiken Robert, Whitney, Texas 1901 

Allen,* Willis Ed., Md 190L 

Austin, Augustus Lvle, W. Va 1901 

Albright, Theodore W., N. Y 1884 

Amend, Emil, Germany 1886 

Albrecht, Julius, Germany 1887 

Aven, Chas. G., Va 1889 

Avers, J. Maurice N. C 1890 

Allwine, Harry W., Nebraska 1891 

Anderson, J. Perrin, S. C 1891 

Alton, W. Wolsev, Canada 1892 

Anderson, Walter C, Va 1892 

Asbill, Fletcher G., S. C 1892 

Arnold Fred. Lovelander, R. 1 1893 

Avery," S. DeLeon, S. C 1893 

Arthur, Walter C, Pa 1895 

Ashbrook, Wm. B., Pa 1895 

Armstrong, H. T., N. Brunswick 1896 

Anderson, Fred. S., N. Brunswick 1897 

Anderson, George J., Maine 1902 

Applewhite, Edgar Jarrett Va 1897 

Ayers, Chas. E., Pa " 1897 

Anderson, Wm. Ernest, S. C 1898 

Alexander, Clarence Taylor, Ga 1899 

Allison, Guthrie, Va 1900 

Allen, John Clarence, N. Y 1905 

Anderson John Frederick, N. C 1909 

Archambault, Marius, R. 1 1905 

Allen, Herman R., Vt 1906 

Apple, Troy A., N. C 1907 

Apple, Robert Orman, N. C 1907 

Allen, Robert E., N. C 1908 

Alls worth, James D. N. Y 1908 

Atchison, Herbert W., W. Va 1908 

Allaire, Albert I., Mass 1910 

Anders, Frank R., N. C 1910 

Ansley, Chas. D., Mass 1910 

Austin, Nathan E„ N. Y 1910 

Barr, Geo. W., Canada 1902 

Bresnahan, Jno. Henry, N. Y 1900 

Bachman, Albert M. C, Md 1901 

Becker, Charles F., Pa 1902 

Bowen, Gilbert M., Canada 1901 

Bishop, Charles G., N. Y 1902 

Burkhalter, George W., Ga 1901 

Bragg, Lawrence Anderson, Va 1901 

Brajrg, Kelly Rowland Mo 1899 

Baldwin, J. Hardin, Ky 1883 

Banks, F. Austin, Mich 1883 

Breeden, Bartraw B., S. C 1884 

Bingham Jas. B., S. C 1884 

Blubaugb (M. D.), Chas. B., W. Va 1884 

Bressler, Wilbur C„ Pa 1884 

Boswell, Henry II.. Md 1884 

Brown, Jno. ft., Ohio 1884 

Butler Mr.), Geo., N. J 1884 

Bailey, Madison A., 8. C 1885 

Beadles, E. Payne Va 1885 

Bradford. Henry Clinton, Va 1885 

Brown. Claude n.. Va 1883 

Baden, Prank A., Md 1880 

Be ehore, Horace B., Pa 1886 

Brugeille, Emil. Prance L88G 

Bookhart, Thomas W., B. C 1886 

Brace Wm. w., w. Va L886 



Baker, Joseph Maben, Ark 1887 

Bemis, Alonzo Amasa, Mass 1887 

Blauvelt, Daniel B., N. Y 1887 

Boyajian, Garabed, Asia, Turkey 1887 

Brawner, Chas. J. Ga 1887 

Baer, Benj. F., Pa 1888 

Bates, Robt. A., Va 1888 

Bean, John A., Mass 1888 

Berry. Wm. C, Va 1888 

Rlackiston (M. D.) Thos. C. W. Va..l888 

Blakeslee, Geo. W/, N. Y 1888 

Burgess, Jno. H., S, C 1888 

Burkholder, Marshall O., Va 1888 

Badger, Aug. Pennington, Md 1889 

Bailey, Eugene Jas., S. C 1889 

Burbot. Victor Durand S. C 1889 

Blair, Jos. Percy, Va.". 1889 

Beck, Frank, Pa 1889 

Berry. Jno. R., Va 1890 

Beachley, Wm. E., Md 1890 

Bos well (Jr.), Wm. C, Md 1890 

Breedlove Chas. T., Ark 1890 

Brown (Jr.), Wm. Stephens, S. C 1890 

Byrd, Oscar Frank, Va 1890 

Bagley (M. D.), Henry C, Cal 1891 

Baldwin, Dennison Holmes, Va 1891 

Barr, Frederick A., Mont 1891 

Benjamin, James G. Mont 1891 

Blalock, Capers W.,* Fla 1891 

Booth, Jno. D,, Canada 1891 

Boozer, J. Wm., S. C 1891 

Bowles, Aubrey R., Va 1891 

Bowlus, Emory M., Md 1891 

Boyette Charles S., S. C 1891 

Bovle, Elvie S., Md 1891 

Brotherton, Smauel S., la 1891 

Bruce, George L.. Md 1891 

Barnitz, Dabnev G.. Va ' 1892 

Bayliss, Chas. F., N. Y. . . . * 1892 

Beal, Jno. C. C. Md 1892 

Beville, Alexander J., Texas 1892 

Braendle, Samuel E., Canada 1892 

Byrd, Winfield S., Pa 1892 

Burke, Andrew S., Pa .1892 

Byers, W. Bolivar, S. C 

Barr Wm. H., Canada 1893 

Boozer, J. Edwin, S. C 1893 

Boyd, Samuel A.. Cal 1893 

Byers, Samuel M., Pa 1893 

Blakeslee, Frank E., N. Y 1894 

Buchanan, Wilfred F. N. C L902 

Burfelnd, Wm. II., Cal 1894 

Baker, II. Clagett, W. Va L896 

Bartlett, Louis O., W. I., Cuba 1895 

Bowbeer, N. Grant, Canada 1896 

Blackwelder, Luther D., Pa 1895 

Bumgarner, Albert L. I'm 1895 

Baker, Wm. J.. Pa..." 1896 

B< li. Mabrey B., Md 1896 

p.ost, Jno. Porcher, s. c 1800 

Bishop, Cornelius 1 1., N. Y L89G 

Bliss, Barnet, Russia 1898 

Boozer (.Jr.). (B. s.), i>. L. S. C 1898 

Bressler, Geo. L., Pa 1898 

Brooks, George <:. v . Cal isot> 

Brookes, Samuel O., va 1896 

Baker, Albert D., Md 1897 

Besore, J. Henry, Md i s:>7 

Bodine, Samuel i>. Phlla 1897 



Bovd, Walter G.. Md 1807 

Breault, H. C. Raoul. Conn 1897 

Bushong. John H., Va 1897 

Beall. Charles Evors. Vt 189S 

Brown, Fred. Holyoke. Vi 189$ 

Bnhtz, Martin, Germany 1898 

Borroughs Edward Lee. Md 1 898 

Baker, James Howell. N. C 1899 

Boyden, Malcolm C, N. C 1899 

Bragdon, Charles Jacoh. Maine 1899 

Broecking, Ainandus, Germany 1899 

Brooker, Pearson Du Bose. N. C 1899 

Brown. Samuel B. Md 1903 

Beesh, Walter G 1905 

Brown, Maughs Movs, Miss 1899 

Brown. Wm. Stanley, Md 1899 

Browne, Wilbur Fiske, Maine 1899 

Barras, J. D. Edouard, N. Y 1900 

Bosehoar, Cutis Sheely, Pa 1900 

Bobbitt, Alex. M. N. C 1900 

Bourdier, John William, La 1900 

Brown, John Franklin, Md 1900 

Browning, John B., R. 1 1900 

Burher. Jesse Claude. Va 1900 

Butts, Frank R., W. Va 1902 . 

Burt, Samuel S., N. Y 1900 

Bush. Wiley Latimer, Ga 1900 

Barber, Merrill Jason, Canada 1903 

Baskin, Eldridge, S. C 1903 

Bedinger, Albert F. G., N. Y 1905 

Bell. A. Marvin, Canada 1903 

Blackburn, Frank G.. Pa 1903 

Bumgarner, William D., Pa 1903 

Burns, William B., Pa 1903 

Brown, J. Oscar, Pa 1904 

Berkhimer. Harry L., Pa 1904 

Bohnson, Jno. C, Maine 1904 

Bowman, J. Calvin, Va .1904 

Brooks Archie C, Pa .1904 

Probst," Millard C, Ohio 1904 

Barton, Wm. J. F., N. Y 1905 

Blatt, Harry G., Md 1905 

Brown, A. Stanley, Md 1905 

Brown, Lewis Rogan, Arizona 1905 

Banks, Robert H., Va 1906 

Burgen, B. Cecil Conn 1906 

Burton, G. Alvin, Del 1906 

Baker, Luther P.. N. C 1907 

Berrvhill, A. Mack, N. C 1907 

Bowker, Arthur J., N. C 1907 

Burton, Hugh J., Md 1907 

Belcher, Levi L., W. Va 1908 

Butler George N., Brazil, S 1908 

Bachman, Edward H., Md 1909 

Brvner, Lester G., Pa 1909 

Boreston, Arthur, Md 1909 

Buhrman, Roy A., Md 1909 

Bass. Chas. DeLacy, N. C 1910 

Blaisdell. Harry W., N. H 1910 

Bovle, Thos. L., N. Y 1910 

Brown, Herbert N., R. 1 1910 

Bruce, Wallace B., Md 1910 

Burns Hugh McK., Conn 1910 

Cameron, Monteath D. N. Y 1904 

Carlton, J. DeLaney, N. C 1904 

Chew, Chas. Eugene. Md 1904 

Cion. Benj. B., N. Y 1904 

Crowe. Emorv W., Md 1904 

Crumrine, Russell E.. Pa 1901 

Chisholm William W., Ga 1901 

Campbell. Paul, N. Y 1883 

Conklin, Frank G., Ind 1885 

Curtis. Joseph W., N. Y 1883 

Comegys, John M.. Tenn 1884 

Comegvs, Thomas M., Tenn 1885 

Copp. George V., Va 1884 

Cutting, Almond J. Mass 1884 

Carlisle, John P.. S. C 1885 

Cook. Frank J., Texas 1885 

Campbell. Oscar J.. Texas 1885 

Chafee. Augustus H., S. C 1885 

Chase, Henrv E.. Mass 1887 

Chisholm, John G.. Ala 1887 

Crowell Fred. Julian. N. H 1887 

Cross. Theodore A., W. Va 1888 



Carroll, Willie S., Va 1902 

Carnere, Joseph N., Mass VJ02 

Campbell, 11. Wood, Va lbtfJ 

Covington (Jr. J, Thus. S. D., Va 1809 

Cuuy, Aug. A. T. W., Germany 1890 

Cassard, Stuart Md 1890 

Coilius, William' 11., Va ibUO 

Craig, St. George '£., ivy iv.xj 

Chessrowu, F. Wayne, N. C lb'.)l 

Clark, M. il. Pettway, N. C 1891 

Conners, William 11., N. 1 1891 

Copeuhaver, is, Marcellus, Va 1892 

Carroll. .Norwood G., N. C 1893 

Chisholm, James C, Ala 1884 

Carter, William J., Ga 1905 

Cavers, William W., N. V 1895 

Criswell, J. Calvin, Pa 1895 

Copp, Benjamin F., Cal 1895 

Cockrill, Robert M., Mont 1896 

Chargin, Marcus Rus-sia 1896 

Combs, Robert L., Texas 1896 

Connally, W. Freeman, Ga 1896 

Cobean, George C, Pa 1902 

Cooper, Francis Minor, Mo 1902 

Cooper, Webster H., N. C 1896 

Couret, John Sidney, La 1896 

Charbonnel E. A., Wash. State 1897 

Collins, Clarence E., Md 1897 

Cottingham, Walter J., S. C 1902 

Carpenter, Benjamin F., N. Y 1898 

Conger, LeRoy J., Canada 1898 

Chapman, Halla Finley, Kan 1898 

Clark, Franklin Eugene, N. Y 1898 

Cooke, Ernest J. Panama (S. A.) 1898 

Carlton, John William, N. C 1899 

Cline, Franklin Joseph, Va 1899 

Correoso, Phil. N., Jamaica, B. W. I.. 1902 

Copeland, James Rhett, S. C 1899 

Conrad, Thomas Ellis, La 1900 

Crothers, Arthur B.. Pa 1902 

Conyers, W. Treadwell, Bermuda, B. 

W. 1 1903 

Cherry, Henry A., N. Y 1905 

Cochrane, Oran La. Va., Col 1905 

Cutchin, Richard S., Va 1905 

Colvin, Daniel C, Pa 1906 

Combs, Warren S. P. Del 1906 

Coffman, Clifton S., W. Va 1906 

Copelan, Moses C 1906 

Creet, William Diedricb, N. Y 1907 

Carlton, Francis Derr, N. C 1907 

Cramer, Abraham M., Conn 1907 

Courtney, Charles H., N. C 1908 

Culliney , Miles M. Conn 1907 

Callaway, Charles L., W. Va 1908 

Chamblin, John A., Florida 1908 

Champagne, Alphonse C, N. Y 1908 

Cahill, William D. Y., Va 1909 

Charron, W. Arthur, Mass 1909 

Carter, Sanford J., Ga 1909 

Cornell Julius M., Conn 1909 

Carrabello, Cristobal Julian. Ph.D., Fla.1909 

Callowav, Sherley M., W. Va 1910 

Campbell, Walter W., Mass 1910 

Davis, Daniel Keen, S. C '..1901 

Dashiel, Erastus S.. Md 1883 

Denton Newton, W. Va 1883 

Dodson, R. Delmar, Pa 1883 

Davis (M. D). Isaac H., Md 1884 

Dorchester, Watson E., N. Y" 1884 

Dorset, Willie Edward. Va 188n 

DePass, Addison Rutledge, S. C 1902 

DePass. Sigis'd C, Jamaica. B. W. I.. 1902 

Deihl John S.. Pa 18*6 

Douglas. Henrv E., N. Y 1887 

Daniel. Samuel S., S. C 1888 

Davis, L. Wilson. Md 1888 

Dean. John W.. W. Va 1888 

Dieffenderfer (M. D.), Wm. E., D. C..1S88 

Dingian, Manoog D.. Turkey 1888 

Davis, E. Douglas W. Va 1889 

Davis (M. D.), Henrv, Mo 1889 

Dodson (M. D.), Edwin R., Md 1889 

Davis, Wray Wythe, Va 1890 



Deichmann, George L., Md 1891 

Deekens, W. Felton, Va 1892 

Deems (Jr.), J. Harry, Md 1892 

Dennis Wm. W., Ga 1892 

Diddle,' John H., W. Va 1892 

Dodson, Wm. E„ N. Y 1832 

Doremus, John Lyons, France 1892 

Davis, Henry Winter, Va 1803 

Davis, William Lee, Cal 1893 

Duff, D. Edward. S. C 1902 

Daniel, Henry Clay, N. C 1804 

Davis, Chas. Augustus, Wis 1S94 

Diffenderfer, Stanton D., Pa 1804 

Dommett, Harry M., N. Y.., 1804 

Dotterer, Thomas, S. C 1894 

Duff, James L., Canada 1S97 

Dalv Claude Seaman, N. Y 1898 

Dawson, Edward Brisbane, N. Y 1808 

Deekens, Alb't Van Kempen, Md 1808 

Dailey (B. Ph.), W. Bert, Ohio 1809 

Dean, Stewart Pomeroy, Md 1900 

Douglass, Richard W., W. Va 1000 

Dressel. Leonard Md . . 1000 

Dunn, Harrison McKay, Neb 1000 

DeFernelmont, Eugene, Belgium 1003 

Diehl, Ervin Joseph, Pa 1003 

Dare, Chas. Edw.. N. J 1004 

Davis, Henry E.. Va 1004 

Degenrinjr. Adolph, N. J 1 004 

Dobson Fred. W.. Canada 3004 

Dormari, Raymond O., N. Y 1004 

Doyle, Bert E., Vt 1004 

Davis, Ernest Lee, Md 1905 

Davis, Horace M., Md 1005 

Dean, G. Fletcher, W. Va 1005 

Dennis, Geo. Edward. N. C 1005 

Dial, Richard T. S. C 1005 

Dimock, Wilford E., Canada 1005 

Dill. Arthur A., Nova Scotia 1006 

Douglass, Ernest G., N. Y 1006 

Dula. Arthur M.. N. C 1005 

Dunne, Joseph H., Mass 100o 

Desman, William Moylan, Conn 1007 

Douelass Samuel E.. N. C 1007 

Darden, Percy J., N. C 1008 

Daudelin, Joseph A., Mass 1009 

Davis, J. Vernon, N. C 1909 

Dobbin, Arthur Henry, N. Y 1900 

Durling, Aubrey D., Nova Scotia 1900 

Davenport, Arthur, N. C 1010 

Davis, Richard W.. Ga 1010 

DeConti, Angelus, R. 1 1010 

Diaz, Cortas Andreas L., P. R 1010 

Doud, Chas. F., N. Y 1010 

Downey, George C, Mass 1010 

Dreher, George C, N. J 1010 

Drummond, Roy J., S. C 1010 

Eckenrode Hamilton Myers. Va 1001 

Ewing, James Edward, Neb 1001 

Elliott, William Kenney, Va 1001 

Evans, Richard D., S. Wales, G. B...1884 

Emerson, Jos. G., Brazil, S. A 1886 

Eiker, Jno. Tripner, D., Columbia 1887 

Easterday Conrad M., Md 1002 

Elcin,- J. Benjamin, Va 1002 

Ellis, Pearl Louis, Vt 1880 

Emerson. L. Thornwell, Brazil, S. A... 1800 

Earlo. William. E. C 1801 

Ewald; Will H., Va 1801 

Edgers, E»>en B.. Vt 1802 

Elf holtz Robert W., Pa 1 802 

Ewiir, Louis, Switzerland 1002 

Earle, P.avlis D., S. C 1804 

Eastman. ' Howard. Md 1800 

Bills, John J.. S. C 1806 

BtheredRe, Ezekiel J.. S. C 1806 

Byler, Clayton riwniberlaln, Pa 1808 

Enrmnn, John S .. Va 1000 

Engleskircher, Bdw. M., N. H 1000 

Evans, Edward Truman, in 1000 

Karlv, Edw. Augustus, s. C iono 

Bllett, Chas. Ashley, va 1003 

Ellison. Enoch I... W. V.i 1004 

Bdfrell, Elov IV. W. Va 1908 

Btchlson Bates, Md 1O05 



Early, James B., Va ...1006 

Edwards, Linus M., N. C 1007 

Epes, Travis Fletcher, Va 1007 

Edmonds, Bunyan B., Va 1006 

Everhart, D. Groff, Md 1010 

Fisher (Jr.), Gus. J. U., N. J 1001 

Filter, Clause Henry Germany 1884 

Foote, Nathan E., N. Y 1885 

Fournier (Jr.), Joseph, N. Y 1885 

Furman, Charles Luff, N. Y 1886 

Foster, Alexander S., S. C 1002 

Freed, Aiex., Russia 1002 

Frost, Henry S., Maine 10752 

Faulkner Geo. McClenahen, Pa 1888 

Ferguson, W. Crawford Young, Can.. 1807 

Frantz, G. Christian, Pa 1887 

Furman, Isaac Watts, N. Y 1800 

Furman, Joel Nelson, N. Y 1887 

Feldmeyer. George T., Md 1888 

Fitzgerald, J. Edgar, Md 1888 

Fish, William Lafayette. N. J 1880 

Free, Harry Augustus, Pa 1880 

Felker, Henry J., N. J 1800 

Fenn, Henry J., N. Y 1800 

Field. William Meadel, Va 1 801 

"Farriss, C. Dixie, Ga 1802 

Fox Lawrence W., N. C 1802 

Farmer, Wm. W., Va 1803 

Fleming, Milton S., La 1804 

Flemming (Jr.), J. Marten, N. C 1805 

Frantz. Henry, 111 1806 

Freedland, Elias J., Russia 1806 

Farley, Arthur Paul Conn 1807 

Faucette, John William, N. C 1807 

Fiunegan, Eugene, N. Y 1807 

Foote, Newton Ferondo, N. Y 1807 

Foreman, John McClosky, Pa 1807 

Frith, A. Hutchings, Bermuda 1807 

Farney, Waltz Bayard, Va 1808 

Farinholt Leroy Whiting, Va 1808 

Fording, 'Charles E., Ohio 1808 

Freeman, Harold Wm., Ill 1888 

Falls, Pleasant Ralph, N. C 1809 

Fauntleroy, Thos. Turner, Va 1808 

Filmore, William Albert, Cal 1899 

Farnsworth, Arthur White, Vt 1900 

Franklin, Robert Anders Ga 1000 

Feamster, John H., W. Va 1003 

Felix, Archilles F., Mass 1003 

Felix, Arthur M., Mass 1004 

Firey, Edgar A., Md 1004 

Flood, John A.. N. H 1004 

Foster, Maxwell S., Md 1004 

Fitch Perry M., N. Y : 1003 

Fording, James D., Ohio 1003 

Findon, John W., Md 1005 

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Foster, Ethan W. f S. C 1005 

Frew, Athol Lee, N. Y 1005 

Frank, Geo. W., Mass = ...1006 

Flood, Peter H. A., N. H 1006 

Freischlag, Charles P., N. Y 1006 

Ford, Singleton C, N. C 1007 

Freeman, Harrison A., Md 1007 

Fitzsimmons, James A. N. Y 1007 

Folev, Thomas A., N. C 1008 

Funderburk, James E., S. C 1008 

Falcao, A. de A.. Brazil 1010 

Flowers, Henry H., Md 1 010 

Elvnn, Frank H., Me 1010 

Getsehel, J. Leonard. Md 1001 

Gilbert, George Condit, N. J 1001 

Gllldnson Albert W., Ohio 1001 

Garrett. John F., N. C 1883 

Grempler, Godfred J., Md 18,83 

Gallup, Frank C, Conn 1884 

Groshans, Ferdinand, Md 1880 

Gasque, BUy A. S. C 1886 

Green wait. A. IE, Pa 1886 

Gilrov. Lawrence E., Canada 1002 

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Garbrecht Henrich, Germany 1887 

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Gallagher, Rhodes Tayloe, N. C 

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Gamard, Ed. A., La 

Grom, Frederick H., N. J 

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Gayle, John H., La 

George, Marwood S., Canada 

Gleason, George R., Fla 

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Greene, Edward, N. C 

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Gambill, J. Randolph, Va 

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Gardner Henry Scott. W. Va 

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Gravel, Arthur H., Mass 

Gieseler, Wilbert D., W. Va 

Graft. Walton J.. N. J 

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Hushes, Harrv Childs, Md 

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Harley, Robert L., S. C 1890 

Hines W. Oakley, Md 1891 

Haller, Jacob V., Va 1891 

Harris, Henry F., Va 1891 

Hart, Marion Y., Va 1891 

Hayes, Will W., Pa 1891 

Hoffman, J. Henry, Md 1891 

Howard, Charles W., N. H 1891 

Hargrove, George H. S. C 1892 

Harmon, Oscar I., N. H 1892 

Hess, Lewis E., Md 1892 

Humberg, Frederick I., Md 1892 

Hutchinson, Hugh Barbour, Va 1892 

Harnett, William J., Conn 1894 

Heffelbower, John E. M., Texas 1894 

Horton Phineas E., N. C 1894 

Huffman, Ambrose H., W. Va 1894 

Heatwole, Timothy O., Va 1895 

Henderson, Harvey C, N. C 1895 

Hoag, David Edward, N. Y 1905 

Hegner, John S., Switzerland 1895 

Haller, William H., Va 1896 

Hiscox, Vernon Conn 1896 

Hopkins, William Downey, Md 1896 

Huffman, Andrews, W. Va 1896 

Hartman, Curtis LeRoy, Pa 1897 

Heisler, Charles F., Pa 1896 

Henry, Robert Lee, Ga 1897 

Hoffman, John Griffin, Va 1897 

Hamilton, Edwin Curtis, Va 1898 

Hardesty, George Nunn, Va 1908 

Harkinson, Francis R., Cal 1898 

Harpen, Adelard J., Mass 1898 

Hays, Pleasant Southward, Ohio 1898 

Holmes (Jr.), Chas. Doncoln, Texas 1898 

Hammond, Frank Eugene N. Y 1899 

Hammond, Walter F., N. H 1899 

Hankin, Walter Edwin, N. Y 1899 

Harris, Asa Irwin, Va 1899 

Hawley, Harry Gardner, N. Y 1899 

Hoffman, Wm. Cullen B., N. C 1899 

Hollinger, David Guy, Pa 1899 

Hyde Arthur N., N. J 1899 

Haff.Frank Nicholas, N. Y 1900 

Halpern, Samuel, N. Y 1900 

Hammond, Charles W., Pa 1900 

Harris, Turner Ashby, Mo 1900 

Hartman, Dennis R., Pa 1900 

Himmler, Charles William, Md 1900 

Holbrook, Edward Gordon Md 1900 

Homer (Jr.), John S., S. C! 1903 

Herbert, Jesse H., W. Va 1903 

Holland, Lynwood C, Va 1904 

Hosack, Augusta H., W. Va 1903 

Hoodner, Francis A., Pa 1903 

Hussong, Roger L 1904 

Hague, George H. N. J 1905 

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Hand, Wm. Luther, N. C „ 1905 

Healey, Peter Thos., N. C 1905 

Helms, Lon W., N. Y 1905 

Hilderbrand, Gould O., Va 1905 

Hill, Geo. Edward, Maine 1905 

Holliday. R. Fulton, N. C 1905 

Hopkins, J. Stephenson, Md 1905 

Horton, S. Robert, N. C 1905 

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Hawes, Ivey Lee, N. C 1906 

Hiney, G. Howard, Conn 1906 

Hughes, Raymond L., Md 1906 

Hutchens, Ernest B. Va 1906 

Harrower, James Williams, Va 1907 

Heronemus, Julius E., Md 1907 

Howie, Eugene B., N. C 1908 

Hoffman, Solomon B., Md 1908 

Hirsch, Sandal, N. Y 1908 

Hewitt, Vinton L.. Ind 1908 

Hines, William E., N. C 1908 

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Harper, Carl C, N. C 1910 

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Josselyn (M. D.), Eli E., N. Brunswick .1885 

Jaenicke, Max, Germany 1887 

Jaenicke, Paul, Germany 1887 

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Jones, Edward T.. Va 1891 

Jefferson Benjamin T., Ga 1892 

Johnson, Silas J., Va 1892 

Jordan, B. Arthur, Cal 1892 

Jernigan, George Franklin. Texas 1895 

Jones, Clarence L. , Ohio 1896 

Jones, Beverly, W. Va 1904 

Jones, Ernest J., Canada 1904 

Judd, John Herbert N. C 1898 

Judd. Jesse Ernest, N. C 1898 

Johnson, John Norborn, N. C 1899 

Johnson, Geo. Stanley, Canada 1899 

Jones, Arthur B., Bermuda, W. 1 1899 

Jackson, Robert Wright, Ga 1900 

Jackson, Stayley G. Canada 1903 

Jenkins. LeRoy D.,' Ga 1903 

Jones. Claude Chas., La 1903 

Jenkins, E. Jerome, Md 1905 

Jenkins. John V., Va 1905 

Jackman, Robt. W.. X. Y 1908 

Jefferson, Albert,' Ga 1909 

Johnson, H. Kneece Ga 1909 

John (Ph. D.), Robert Jordon. Va 1909 

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Killingworth, Wilev, S. C 1884 

Kloeber (M. D.), John S., Va 1885 

"Kean James Leitch. Va 1887 

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King, James M., Canada 1892 

Kritchevsky. Benedict, Russia 1895 

Kuich, William H.. Pa 1895 

King, Marion N., Va 1897 

Koontz, Clinton M. Md 1898 

King, James Garnett. Va 1899 

King. Henry Arthur. X. V 1900 

Kefauver. Noah E., Md 1903 

Knef. Joseph P. P.. X. J 1903 

Kohly, Alfred J.. Cuba 1899 

Kurtz. Cyrus, Pa 1899 

Kumle (Jr.) Lambert, Cal 1903 

Koelz, William J.. W. Va 1904 

Kahn, Edmund, Md 1904 

Koerner, John F., Md 1904 

Kuhnen. Herbert, Germany 1904 

ECenney, 7a mea J., X. Y i9or> 

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LOWel. William II.. Pa 188ft 

Lumaden, Frank it.. Md isso 

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Linscott, Albert Franklin, Ohio 1900 

Linscott, George Owen. Ohio 1902 

Luke, John L., Va 1890 

Loeschcke, John C, Germany 1891 

LeFevre C. Rogers, Md 1892 

Loucks, Roland E., Canada 1893 

Lacy, William P., Va 1894 

Lindsay, William S., S. C 1894 

Link. Charles William. W. Va 1895 

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Lindsay (A. B.), Harley B. S. C 1896 

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Lewis, Pierre Alphonse, La 1898 

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Lightner, Harry Allen. Pa 1900 

Liuthicum, Thomas Stuart, Md 1900 

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Lewers, D. Brown, England 1903 

Lisbona, Milton R. X. J 1903 

Leib. Harry C, Md 1904 

Lamb, John Pugh, X. C 1905 

Lester, Bliss Allen, Canada 1905 

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Robbins, Colbert L., N. C 1908 

Reiman, Conrad F., Conn 1910 

Robinson, David S., N. Y 1910 

Rosen, Samuel A, Md 1910 

Ross, Chas. A. Pa 1910 

Shipman, Wm." Livingston, N. Y 1901 

Stein, Alexander, Russia 1901 

Smithson, Chas. Franklin, N. C 1901 

Sheeley, Harry Mellville, Pa 1901 

Sm-att, Leonidas John, S. C 1901 

Sloan Carl Shurz, N. C 1901 

Salles, Hyppolyte C, La 1883 

Sanches, Carlos N., Cuba 1883 

Smith, C. Julian, S. C 1883 

Smith, Walter O., Va 1883 

Sebastian, James Bruite, Del 1902 

Schlochaur, Freddie S., Texas 1902 

Snyder, Myron W. N. Y 1883 

Stuart, Walter, Ky 1883 

Shields, Lewis N.. Texas 1886 

Shields, Nelson T. , Texas 1884 

Stratford, A. LaFayette, N. C 1884 

Swindell, Reading B., N. C 1884 

Schaer, Charles T., Md 1885 

Sims Benjamin F., S. C 1885 

Slocu'm. Frank E., N. Y 1886 

Sapp. Carev Clifton, N. C 1887 

Shields, Edward H., Ohio 1887 

Shine, Henry Rutzers, Fla 1887 

Shine (Jr.), Richard Alex., Fla." 1887 

Sleppy, E. Everett P., Pa 1887 

Starke, Parke P. Va 1887 

Smith, Edgar Gillette. N. Y 1883 

Smith, Edgar L., W. Va 1888 

Smith (M. D.), Howard M., Va 1888 

Smith, James P., Va -....1888 

Snively, Daniel B., Pa 1888 

Sheeley, Curtis Atlee, Pa 1902 

Sheeley William Scott, Texas 1902 

Steel (M. D.), Frank Ryland, Va 1888 

Schloendorn, F. F. W., Germany 1889 

Sharp, Joseph B., N. J 1889 

Shoemaker, Archie C, Pa 1889 

Simons, Beniamin, S. C 1889 

Simkins, William M., Ga 1902 

Smith, Hampton K. S. C 1889 

Steer, Halsey G.. N. Y 1890 

Sykes, Sylvanus Claud, Md 1890 

Sangebusch, Heinrlch, Germany 1891 

Snow, Henry B., Md 1891 

Solomons, E. Alve, S. C 1891 

Sparks, Alfred E., Canada 1891 

Sprinkle, A. Hume, Va 1891 

Sprinkel, C. Carter, Va 1891 

St. John, F. Myron, Conn 1891 

Stehley, Eraser P., W. Va 1891 

Stevens, J. Frank, Pa 1891 

Stevenson, George W., N. Y 1891 

Shaw, Edmund D. N. Y 1892 

Simpson, James W., Va 1892 

Simpson, Will R. f S. C 1892 



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Smith, H. Blackburn, Bermuda 1892 

Stouffer, Charles B., Pa 1802 

Stover, M. Emmert, Pa 1892 

Sallls, D. Fleming, Miss 1893 

Stanley C. Charles, S. C 1894 

Smithers. Norman R., Md 1894 

Smith, Fred. H., Pa 1893 

Saunders, L. St. Clair, Nova Scotia 1893 

Smithers, Delmar, Md 1895 

Starr, George E., Md 1899 

Stults, J. Albert, N. J 1895 

Shadrach, Samuel A. Va 1896 

Simpson, Richard L., Va 1896 

Smith, Thomas McC, N. C 1896 

Seaton (Jr.), William Close, N. Y 1897 

Stack, Walter Owens, Del 1897 

Steele, J. Russell, Md 1897 

Switzer, Charles C, N. Y 1897 

Switzer Marvin D., Va 1902 

Small wood, Thomas E., Md 1902 

Snyder, William Ruff, Pa 1902 

Stein, Max, Russia 1897 

Smith, Luther T., N. C 1898 

Smithers, C. Linwood, Va 1898 

Shaffner, V. Douglas, Nova Scotia 1898 

Sprinkel (Jr.), George Alsop Va 

Ston, Albert H.. N. Y " 

Stafford, Earl Zimbi, Texas 

Scott (Jr.), Robert J., N. Y 1899 

Scott, Wallace Parsons, Maine 1899 

Shannon, William T., Ga 1899 

Shecut, Linnaeus C, S. C 1899 

Smith Frank E., New Brunswick 1899 

Saylor, Edward R., Md 1902 

Stevens, J. Bertram, Pa 1901 

Smith, George C, Md 1899 

Smith, Harold Benjamin, N. J 1899 

Steele, Elmer Milton, Va 1899 

Stover, Harry Corbett, Pa 1899 

Styne, Mina Fiston Va 1899 

Stehley (M. D.), Paul H., W. Va 1900 

Sumner, Charles Ferris, Canada 1900 

Swart. James E., Va 1902 

Sargent, Henry H., Pa 1903 

Selby, Benjamin F., ,Vfd 1903 

Shupp, Frank D., Md 1903 

Spahn Charles A., N. J 1903 

Sprinkel, R. Wilmer, Va 1903 

Strickler, Robt. E. Lee, Va 1903 

■Stuart (M. D.), George H., Md 1903 

Seippel, A. Worthington, Md 1904 

Shirley, William C, Va 1904 

"Smith, Fran., Jamaica, B. W. 1 1904 

Smith Stanley B., Canada 1904 

Stone, Ephraim, S. Africa 1904 

Shreeve (Jr.), (A. B.), Jas. E., Md 1904 

Self, I. Ruffln, N. C 1905 

Skaggs, Calvin H., W. Va 1905 

Snively, Charles L., Md 1905 

Snyder, George A., Pa 1905 

Sperow, W. Harry, W. Va 1905 

Steinbeck, Christian H., W. Va 1905 

Samuel, Leicester D., Jamaica, B. W. 1.1906 

Sandes, John L. S. C 1906 

Sigler, Leroy, Md 1906 

Skaggs, Eastus P., W. Va 1906 

Strasser, Henry, Md 1906 

Shpitz, Abraham Samuel, Md 1907 

Smathers, Herbert C, N. C 1907 

Scarborough, A. Preston, Pa 1907 

Smith Wilbert B., Nova Scotia 1907 

Simmons. Richard F., Va 1907 

Somers, Royal T., Va 1907 

Speas, Robert L., N. C 1907 

Smithson, Thomas W., N. C 1907 

Stein, Samuel, N. Y 1908 

Sachs, Joseph L., Md 1908 

Sagebien, Augustin Cuba 1908 

Spangier, Nevin R., Pa 1908 

Skaggs. William B., W. Va 1908 

Southard, Phillip C, Del 1908 

Sawaya, Ferris S., Svria 1909 

Shorten. Edward J., N. J 1909 

Sendtner, Maximillian T., N. Y 1909 



Shreeve C. Alfred, Md 1909 

Steiner, P., Md 1909 

Solomon, Jacob L., N. Y 1910 

Sparck, Lena C. S. (Miss), Md 1910 

Strickler, S. Vernon, Va 1910 

Taft, Adin Walter, R. 1 1901 

Tucker, Edwin B., N. C 1901 

Thompson (Jr.), Rich. W. Webb S. C.1901 

Tenny, C. Lorenzo, Wash. State 1901 

Taylor, Wm. Woodruff, N. C 1 9«)1 

Teague, Newton Addison, S. C 1883 

Tipton, Norman B., La 1883 

Toombs, J. Everett, Mass 1883 

Taggart. John E.. Vt 1884 

Trapp William Sherman, Pa 1885 

Twitohell. Fred. A., Minn 1885 

Talbott, Robert W., Dist Col 1887 

Taylor, A. Zacharv, N. C 1888 

Todd, Fred. P., Md 1888 

Todd, F. Foster, Md 1890 

Taliaferro. R. E. Lee, Va 1891 

Turner, Charles A. Canada 1891 

Thomas, Arthur O., S. C 1892 

Thursh, William A., Ill 1892 

Tipton, Die P., Neb 1892 

Totten, Arminius W., N. C 1892 

Tigner, E. A., Ga 1895 

Tigner, George S., Ga 1895 

Thomas Bennie Elmer, Texas 1896 

Truby, J. Cromwell, Pa 1896 

Taylor Elisha S., Md 1897 

Thomas, F. Rudolph, Nova Scotia 1897 

Tribble, Alexander, Md 1897 

Taggart, Robert William. Vt 1898 

Terry, Charles Arthur, W. Va 1898 

Thacker, Robert Lee, W. Va 1898 

Tignor Edwin Payne, Va 1898 

Trump. George Herbert, Md 1898 

Takashima, Tameji, Japan, 1890 

Tibbetts, Willard H., N. Y 1899 

Tropp, Herman, Russia 1890 

Taylor, George Washington, Ind 1900 

Taylor. Joseph A.. Ind 1903 

Turrentine, Minor 'H. Ga 1903 

Thomas. Herbert M., Pa 1903 

Tillotson, Raymond R., N. Y 1900 

Teraki, Sadayoshi. Japan 1907 

Theil, Louis A. H., Wisconsin 1907 

Thompson, Harry L., N. Y 1907 

Truitt. George Edward, Md 1907 

Temple Edward S., N. Y 1908 

Thaman, Benjamin M., Md 1910 

Tippett, James H., N. Y 1910 

Trumbo. Grover C, W. Va 1910 

Tryon, Ralph E., N. Y 1910 

Underwood. Jno. Thos., N. C 1908 

Voight. Walter Theodore, Md 1908 

Van Nostrand, John Frank N. Y 1901 

Volck, George Andreas. Md 1883 

Vaughan, Robert R.. Mo 1884 

Van der Hoope, Richard, Austria 1884 

Vegas, John J., N. Y 1888 

Van der Hoeven (M. D.), C, Holland. .1889 

Volck. Adolph W. A. Germany 1891 

Van Nostrand. William H.. N. Y 1892 

Van Tassel, Harry S., Dakota 1892 

Veza, Joseph M., Austria 1892 

Von Wachter, Frank, Md 1892 

Vaughn, Patrick J., Ga 1897 

Valentine. Francis J.. Md 1903 

Van Brunt, William E.. Fla 1909 

Van Zandt, Fred., N. Y 1909 

Van Meter, William C, W. Va 1906 

Van Nostrand, Daniel E., N. J 1910 

Weeks, Georjre E.. N. C 1906 

Wheeler. Arthur B. Md 1906 

Westrater. Amos Asbury, W. Va 1901 

Wingate, William Irvin, N. H 1901 

Watt. James Ford. Ind 1901 

Wilev, Henrv Stewart, N. C 1901 

White. Benj. Swanson, Tenn 1901 

Williams, Granville R.. Tenn 1901 

Watson, J. Arthur. S. C 1901 

Watson, Howard Cant well, Md 1901 



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Watson, W. Brown. W. Va 1901 

Wright, Oliver Barrett, S. C 1901 

Wienholt, Hermann O., Germany 1902 

Winkleman, Walter D. Md 1902 

Weaver. Fred. Allen. Mass 1S83 

Wietfeldt, Aug. F. L., Germany 1883 

Wavman, Joseph T., Va 1884 

Wisherd (M. D.), Elmer J., Md 1884 

Wageman, Albert, Germany 1885 

Welsh, Floyd J. Va 1885 

Wegge (M. D.), William F.. Wis 1885 

Wood, Frank LeRoy, Maine 1885 

Wall, Joseph A., Pa 1886 

White, Matthew W., S. C 1887 

Wietfeldt, Arnold, Germany 1887 

Wilhelm, Henrich T. Germany 1887 

Wilson, John H., N." Y 1887 

Wogan, Charles Edmund, Pa 1890 

Wogan, William W., Pa 1887 

Watts, Willis E.. N. Y 1888 

Weirich, Jacob L., Pa 1888 

Wheeler, Fred. M., N. H 1888 

Wilbur Robert A., S. C 1888 

Wilcox, George L., N. Y 1888 

Willis. Frank M.. N. H 1888 

Warnock, William J., S. C 1889 

Wright (M. D.), M. V., N. H 1889 

Whelpley, Charles B., Canada 1890 

Woolsey, George, Cal 1890 

Wright, Clarence Angelo N. H 1890 

Wells. Albert S.. N. C". 1891 

White, George F., N. Y 1891 

Whitfield. Robert J.. Canada 1891 

Wingo (M. D.), Charles E.. Md 1891 

Wood, Charles Rockwell. X. II 1891 

Watson. J. Willis. W. Va 1892 

White Montgomery Lewis, Texas 1892 

Wilev. Charles G.. Pa 1892 

Woods, Edward Kirk, N. H 1892 

Woodward. A. Watson. Vt 1892 

Wool, J. Harvey, Va 1892 

Wnlden. Richard Channing, Va 1894 

Walton, John Eldridge Ga 1894 

Watson. James. Ill 1894 

Wise. J. Brenton. S. C 1894 

Wilson. N. McKendree, Md 1895 

Ward. Cyrus A.. Ohio 1892 

Ward, Georae N., N. Y 1895 



Williams. Maynard E., N. Y 1895 

Wolf Sheldon H., Pa 1895 

Weinberg. Abraham, S. C 1896 

Willets, Alfred F., Maine 1896 

Watts, J. Somers, Canada 1897 

Weighart, Geo. Christopher, N. Y 1907 

Weinberger, Julius, Hungary 1897 

Weller. Franklin Babbitt. N. Y 1897 

Williams (Jr.), Alpha Ayer Ga 1807 

Wrightson, Samuel B.. Md 1897 

Warrenfels, George M., Md 189S 

Walsh, Thomas J., Vt 1898 

White, Leonard Alwyn, Dist C 1898 

Williams. Ed. Rolfe, Pa 1898 

Williams, W. Edmund, W. Va 1898 

Wright Jos. E., Md 1898 

Wardlaw. Andrew Bowie. S. C 1899 

White, Leroy Maynard, N. H 1899 

Whitaker, Joel, X. C 1899 

Wise, Wm. Harvey. Va 1899 

Watkins (A. B.), (LL. B.). J. C, N. C.1900 

Wilson, Joseph Emorv, Iud 1900 

Wavman Walter. Newton, Va 1900 

Watkins, L. LeRov, Md 1903 

Watson, Eugene. T.. W. Va 1903 

Whitnev, Ralph M.. Maine 1903 

Walker, Fred. P. W.. Mass 1904 

Wallace, James M., S. C 1904 

Wheeler. Georse G., R. 1 1904 

Willis Jonathan R., Pa 1904 

Waltman, James E., Md 1905 

Warehelm, Guernsev G.. Pa 1905 

Whisnant, Andrew J.. N. C 1905 

Wells, Charles Jos.. Md 1905 

Welsh. John Edwards. S. C 1905 

Wood. Henrv Fletcher Va 1 905 

Woodward. Henrv F.. W. Va 1905 

Watson, Samuel R.. X. C 1908 

Williams, Rodsrer W.. Md 1908 

Windheim, Arthur P.. X. Y 1908 

Weinberg, David A..- S. C 1909 

Whitfield, George E.. X. C 1909 

Williams John H.. Md 1000 

Waters. Charles E.. Md 1910 

Webb, Thomas D., X. C 1910 

Wilson. W. Pope. X. C 1010 

Yacoubyan, Rev. V. K. E_ r vpt 1005 

Yelving'ton. Elzie J.. Fla. 1909 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

>'. E. Corner Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore, Md. 

The One Hundred and Third Course of Lectures will 

Commence October 1st, 1909. 



FACULTY. 

SAMUEL C. CHEW, M. D., LL. D., Emeritus Professor of Medicine. 

R. DORSEY COALE, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology. 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M. D. LL. D., Professor of Surgery. 

L. E. NEALE, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Obstetrics. 

CHARLES W. MITCHELL, M. D., Professor of Medirine and Diseases of Children. 

THOMAS A. ASHBY, M. D., Professor of Diseases of Women. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, M. D., Professor of Anatomy and Clinical Surgery. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M. D., Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Physiology. 

ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M. D., Professor of Therapeutics and Surgical Pathology. 

JOSE L. HIRSH, M. D., Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology. 

HIRAM WOODS, M. D., Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear. 

J. W. HOLLAND, M. D., Associate Professor and Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

Tor Circulars and Further Information, Apply to R. DORSEY COALE, Ph. D., Dean. 



Ilnivafcifv Hncnifol Southwest Corner Lombard and Greene Streets, 

university nospitai, Baltimore, md, 

This institution, most pleasantly located, the capacity and comforts of which 
have undergone great development to meet the increasing demands of patients, is 
fitted up with all modern conveniences for the successful treatment of Medical and 
Surgical diseases. 

Its Medical Staff comprises the FACULTY OP THE UNIVERSITY, and the 
entire management of the institution having been delegated to trained nurses, so 
well known as the faithful and efficient attendants upon the sick, patients may rely 
upon enjoying the benefits of an Infirmary, as well as the comforts and privacy of 
a home, while seeking treatment for Medical Diseases and undergoing Surgical 
Operations. 

Special attention is called to the Lying-in Department of the Hospital, and the 
thorough privacy given to confinement. 

When persons are compelled to leave their country residences to seek pro- 
fessional medical assistance in Baltimore, no institution offers greater facilities 
than the University Hospital, which presents, among other greater advantages, that 
of having six resident physicians, appointed by the Medical Faculty, all of whom 
are usually (two are always) in the building to carry out the instructions of the 
Professors. 

Board in Private Rooms, $14 to $20 Per Week. Board rsr Wards, $7 Per Week. 
MEDICAL STAFF OF THE HOSPITAL. 

Attending Physicians. 
PROF. C. W. MITCHELL, M. D. PROF. J. E. GICHNER, M. D. 

PROF. J. S. FULTON, M. D. PROF. J. M. CRAIGHILL, M. D. 

PROF. A. D. ATKINSON, M. D. PROF. GORDON WILSON, M. D. 

PROF. J. C. HEMMETER, M. D., LL. D. PROF. C. W. McELFRESH, M. D. 

Attending Surgeons. 
PROF. R. WINSLOW, M. D. PROF. ST. CLAIR SPRUILL, M. D 

PROF. T. A. ASHBY, M. D. PROF. FRANK MARTIN, M. D. 

PROF. J. HOLMES SMITH, M. D. PROF. HIRAM WOODS, M. D. 

PROF. J. M. HUNDLEY, M. D. 
For Further Particulars Apply to the Superintendent. 

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DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, ANNAPOLIS, MD. 

St. John's College has entered into an affiliation with the Schools of Medicine, 
Law, Dentistry and Pharmacy of the University of Maryland. 

The operation of these working relations is outlined as follows: 

First. Seniors in St. John's College may elect twelve requisite hours a week 
in the Law School of the University. The degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor 
of Science is conferred upon such students at the end of the year. The Professional 
Degree may be reached in two years. 

Second. Students who have completed the Junior Year in St. John's College 
and who have made an approved choice of electives may if they desire it do the 
entire work of the Senior Year in the Medical School of the University. If they 
successfully complete the work of the first medical year they are graduated with 
their class with the degree of A. B. from St. John's College. 

By taking advantage of this privilege a man may complete the Undergraduate 
and Medical courses in seven years. 

During three of these years or until he has completed the work of the Junior 
Class he is a resident student in St. John's College, and for four years he is a resi- 
dent in the Medical School in Baltimore. 

At the end of the fourth year he receives the A. B. Degree and at the end of the 
seven years the M. D. Degree, but credit from Medical School cannot be accepted in 
subjects for which credit has already been given in the College of Liberal Arts. 



FACULTY, 



THOMAS FELL, M. A., Ph. D., LL. D., D. C. L President. 

Professor of Moral Science. 

B. VERNON CECIL, M. A .Vice-President. 

(Graduate of St. John's College.) 
Professor of Chemistry and Physics. 
JOHN B. WHITE, M. A., 
• (Graduate of Geneva College.) 

Professor of Greek and Latin. 
BENJAMIN HARRISON WADDELL, M. A., 
(Graduate of Washington and Lee University.) 
Professor of Mathematics. 
C. W. STRYKER, B. A., 
(Graduate of Union College, New York.) 
Professor of History and Political Economy. 
JOHN BROCKAWAY RIPPERE, B. A., 
(Graduate of Wesleyan University.) 
Professor of Latin. 
ROYAL J. DAVIS, B. A., 
(Graduate of Harvard University.) 
Professor of English Language and Literature, and Logic and Oratory. 
RONALD E. FISHER, U. S. A. 
(Lieutenant of the United States Army.) 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics, and Lecturer on International and 

Constitutional Law. 
BARTGIS McGLONE, Ph. D., 
(Graduate of Johns Hopkins University.) 
Professor of Biology and Botany. 
EDWARD HINMAN SIRICH, B. A., 
(Graduate of Johns Hopkins University.) 
Professor of French and German. 
A. W. WOODSTOCK, Jr., M. A., 
((Graduate of St. John's College.) 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 
HAROLD SCARBOROUGH, B. S. 
(Graduate of St. John's College.) 
Instructor in Mechanical Enoincerino and Drawing. 
THOMAS L. GLADDEN, 
Superintendent of the Preparatory School, and Instructor in English and Latin. 

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LAW DEPARTMENT. 

FORTIETH ANNUAL SESSION. 



THE BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. 

JUDGE HENRY D. HARLAN, Constitutional Law and Domestic Relations. 

JOSEPH C. FRANCE, Esq., Corporations, Pleading, Practice, Legal Ethics and Use 
Law Books. 

JUDGE HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, International Law, Public and Private; Con- 
flict of Laws; Executors and Administrators. 

EDGAR A. POE, Esq., Bills and Notes, Sales, Suretyship, Personal Property and 
Bailments. 

W. CALVIN CHESTNUT, Esq., Criminal Law and Insurance. 

JUDGE JAMES P. GORTER, Judicial Equity, Evidence and Damages. 

JUDGE JOHN C. ROSE, Jurisdiction and Procedure of the Federal Courts, Ad- 
miralty, Bankruptcy, Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights and Unfair Competition. 

HERBERT T. TIFFANY, Esq., The Law of Real Property. 

ELI FRANK, Esq., Title to Real Property and Conveyancing. 

ALBERT C. RITCHIE, Esq., Commercial Law, Shipping and Elementary Law. 

WILLIAM L. MARBURY, Esq., The Law of Torts. 

CHARLES J. BONAPARTE, Esq., The Law of Contracts. 

For Catalogue containing Full Information, Address 

HENRY D. HARLAN, Secretary of the Law Faculty, 

1061 Calvert Building, BALTIMORE, MD. 



DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY. 

Sixty-Sixth Annual Session of the Maryland College of Pharmacy 
will open September 21, 1909. 



FACULTY. 



WILLIAM SIMON, Ph. D., 

Emeritus Professor of Chemistry. 

CHARLES CASPARI, Jr., Phar. D., 

Professor of Theoretical and Applied Pharmacy, Dean of the Faculty. 

DAVID M. R. CULBRETH, A. M., Ph. G., M. D., 

Professor of Materia Medica Botany and Pharmacognosy. 

DANIEL BASE, Ph. D., 

Professor of Chemistry and Vegetable Histology. 

HENRY P. HYNSON, Phar. D., 

Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 



ADJUNCT FACULTY. 

H. A. B. DUNNING, Phar. D., 
Associate Professor of Chemistry. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Phar. D., 

Associate Professor of Pharmacy. 

JAS. W. WESTCOTT, Ph. G., 

Associate Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacognosy. 

CHAS. C. PLITT, Ph. G., 

Associate Professor of Botany and Vegetable Histology. 

J. CARLTON WOLF, Phar. D., Demonstrator of Dispensing. 

JOEL J. BARNETT, Phar. D., Demonstrator of Pharmacy. 

HENRY E. WICH, Phar. D., Demonstrator of Chemistry. 



Us* 



LIBRARY 
BALTIMORE COLLEGE Q* 
' M ' ML 9UiiULf i V 



THIRTIETH 

ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT AND CATALOGUE 

OF THE 

DENTAL DEPARTMENT 

OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




NORTHEAST CORNER LOMBARD AND GREENE STREETS 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



SESSION 1911-19.12 



Dental Practitioners and others desiring to receive the Annual Catalogue 

regularly, are requested to send their Names and 

Addresses to the Dean 



The University of Maryland 

N. E. Corner Lombard and Greene Streets, 
BALTIMORE, MD. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND is represented by five departments, each 
haying a distinct Faculty of Instruction. 

1st. THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS at Annapolis, Maryland. 

St. John's College, Annapolis, Md., founded in 169C. is by affiliation styled the 
apartment of Arts and Sciences. The curriculum leads to the degree of Bachelor 
)r Master of Arts or Science. 

2nd. THE SCLIOOL OF MEDICINE in Baltimore, Md. 

This school was established in Baltimore, Md., in 1807, and offers a high-grade 
course in medicine, leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine, and extending over 
a period of four years. It represents the DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE. 

3rd. THE SCHOOL OF LAW in Baltimore, Md. 

The school was opened in 1822 and is designed by means of a course of study 
covering three years to qualify its students for the degree of Bachelor of Laws and 
for a successful practice of the Law. It represents the DEPARTMENT OF LAW. 

4th. THE DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY was established in 1S41 and 
affiliated with the School of Physic in 1904. 

5th. THE DEPARTMENT OF DENTISTRY was founded in 1882, and is 
designed to teach the art of Dentistry as an integral part of the School of Physic. 
The course of study leading to the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery covers a 
period of three years. 



REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY 



BERNARD CARTER, LL. D„ Provost. 



FERDINAND J. S. GORGAS. M.D.. D.D.S 

R. DOR SPA' COALE. Ph.D. 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.D.. LL.D. 

HON. HENRY D. HARLAN. 

EDGAR H. CANS, Esq. 

L. E. NEALE. M.D.. LL.D. 

CHARLES W. MITCHELL. M.D. 

THOMAS A. ASHBY. M.D. 

WILLIAM T. BRANTLY. Esq. 

J. HOLMES SMITH. M.D. 

DAYID M. R. OrLBRETH. M.D.. Ph.G. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER. M.D.. Ph.D.. LL.D. 

CHARLES CASPAR!. JR.. Phar. D. 

DANIEL BASE. Ph.D. 

HENRY P. HYNSON. Ph.G. 

HON. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE. 

HON. J. WIRT RANDALL. LL.D. 

PHILEMON H. TUCK, Esq. 

THOMAS FELL. Ph.D.. LL.D.. D.C.L. 

ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY. M.D. 

EDGAR A. POE. Esq. 

JOSEPH C. FRANCE. Esq. 



THE UNIVERSITY COUNCIL. 



THE CHANCELLOR. 

HON. AUSTIN L. CROTHERS. 
Governor of Maryland. 

THE PRO-CHANCELLOR, 

HON. BERNARD CARTER, LL.D. 

THE VICE-CHANCELLOR. 

THOMAS FELL. Ph.D.. LL.D., D.C.L.. 
President of St. John's College. 

PROFS. B. Y. CECIL and C. W. STRYKER. 
For St. John's College. 

PROFS. R. DORSET COALE, Ph.D., and R. WINSLOW, A.M.. M.D.. LL.D. 
For School of Medicine. 

PROFS. HENRY D. HARLAN and W. T. BRANTLY. 

For School of Law . 

PROF. T. O. HEATWOLE, M D.. \>.\\s.. 
For School of* Dentistry. 

PR(»F. CHARLES CASPAR I, JR.. Ph.G., 
For School ot" Pharmacy. 

The above Council formulates tic scheme of studies t«. be pursued i>y student* 
desiring both an academic and ;i professional, or scientific degree. 



FACULTY OF THE DENTAL DEPARTMENT. 






FERDINAND J. S. GORGAS, A.M., M.D., D.D.S., 
Professor of Principles of Dental Science. Oral Surgery and Dental Prosthesis. 

ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Operative and Clinical Dentistry. 

R. DORSET COALE, A.M., Ph.D., 

Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy. 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW. A.M.. M.D.. LLP., 
Clinical Professor of Oral Surgery. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, A.M., M.D.. 
Professor of Anatomy. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER. M.D., Ph.D.. LL.D.. 
Professor of Physiology. 

TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S.. 

Professor of Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

B. MERRILL HOPKINSON. A.M., M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Oral Hygiene and Dental History. 

JOHN C. UHLER, M.D., D.D.S., 

Associate Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry. 

ELDRIDGE RASKIN, M.D., D.D.S., 

Associate Professor of Clinical Dentistry and Orthodontia. 

J. S. GEISER, D.D.S.. 

Demonstrator of Operative and Prosthetic Technics. 

L. WHITING FARINHOLT, D.D.S., 
Demonstrator of Crown-Bridge, Porcelain and Inlay Work. 

CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D.D.S., 
Demonstrator of Histology, Pathology and Laborntory Work. 

HOWARD J. MALDEIS, M.D., 

Instructor of Bacteriology. 

WILLIAM A. REA, D.D.S.. 

Chief Demonstrator of< Operative Dentistry. 

FRANCIS J. VALENTINE. A.M., D.D.S., 
Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

S. WHITEFORD MOORE, D.D.S.. 
Demonstrator of Anaesthesia. 

J. W. HOLLAND, M.D., 

Associate Professor of Anatomy. 

J. HOLMES SMITH. JR„ M.D.. 

Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

GEORGE F. DEAN, D.D.S., JOHN S. MANDIGO, D.D.S.. 

PRESTON SCARBOROUGH. D.D.S., DAVID A. WEINBERG, D.D.S.. . 
E. FITZROY PHILLIPS, D.D.S., GEORGE E. TRUITT, D.D.S., 

CHARLES A. SHREEVE, D.D.S. HECTOR L. PELOQUIN, D.D.S.. 

Assistant Dental Demonstrators. 

Crown and Bridge Work, Porcelain Work, Inlay Work and Continuous Gum 
Work are especially demonstrated by experienced Instructors. 

At stated times during the Regular Sessions a number of distinguished Dental 
Practitioners hold Clinics and deliver Lectures. 

The members of the different State Boards of Dental Examiners are invited to 
visit the school on all occasions. 

T. O. HEATWOLE. M.D.. D.D.S., 

Dean of the Dental Department of the University of Maryland, N. E. Corner of 

Greene and Lombard Streets. Baltimore. Maryland. 



BRIEF HISTORICAL SKETCH. 



The history of a University becomes not only interesting, but also instructive, 
when, after an existence of a century, its record becomes a chronicle of important 
events, and its list of Alumni contains the names of men who have occupied some 
of the most prominent positions in their respective professions, and who have also 
been honored at home and abroad for scientific achievements and valuable dis- 
coveries. 

The period directly following the great struggle for liberty in this country 
was distinguished by the organization of professional schools in Medicine, Law and 
Theology. It was during such a period that the University of Maryland can trace 
its origin. 

Since St. John's College has been affiliated with the University of Maryland 
there is a lineage which goes back much further than a century, as St. John's Col- 
lege was founded in 1739, it being the outgrowth from King William's College, 
founded in 1696, so that through its connections the University of Maryland reaches 
back to almost the earliest period of American history. 

The idea of establishing a Medical School in Maryland originated with that 
eminent physician. Dr. John Beale Davidge, as early as 1796, who also succeeded 
in interesting in such an enterprise the equally eminent Dr. Nathaniel Potter, and 
other prominent men. Courses of Medical Lectures w r ere annually delivered until 
1807, when the Board of Regents and the Faculty secured a charter from the Legis- 
lature of the State of Maryland. In 1812 the present University Building, in imita- 
tion of the Pantheon at Rome, was begun, and the ensuing session was held in the 
partially completed building. In the same year the Legislature of Maryland passed 
an act authorizing the Medical School to connect and annex to itself three other 
schools — Law, Divinity and Arts and Sciences — thus constituting by name and title 
the University of Maryland. 

The first Provost of the University was the Hon. Robert Smith, who had occu- 
pied the position of Secretary of State of the United States. The second Provost 
was the Right Rev. James Kemp, D.D., who conferred the Honorary Degree of LL.D. 
upon Lafayette in the University Building, October 24, 1824, during the last visit of 
that illustrious Frenchman to this country. The illustrious Chief Justice. Roger B. 
Taney, Dr. Ashton Alexander and John P. Kennedy, the latter having a high repu- 
tation in the literary world, followed as Provosts until 1870. 

The Hon. Severn Teackle Wallis, LL.D., one of the most intellectual men of 
his day, and a distinguished jurist, occupied the position of Provost from 1870 until 
his death in 1894. 

The present Provost, Bernard Carter, LL.D., is one of the most eminent mem- 
bers of the legal profession in this country. 

The University Hospital, erected in 1823, was succeeded in 1896 by the present 
large and handsome structure, which, in accommodations, equipment and appear- 
ance, will compare favorably with any other in this country. 

The Law Department, which occupies a separate building on the University 
grounds, was chartered in 1823, and among its Faculty and Alumni are many of 
the most able jurists of the State of Maryland. 

In 1882 the Legislature of Maryland chartered the Dental School as one of the 
Departments of the University. The first Dental Building was erected during that 
year, and no less than four additions were made to it before it was torn down to 
erect the present new building in 1904. The first session of the Dental Department 
was held in 188'2, with over sixty students; the later classes have since numbered 
hundreds. In 1821 and 1822 the first dental lectures in America were delivered in 
the University of Maryland, and in 1835 a regular course of dental lectures was 
delivered in this University by Dr. Horace H. Hayden, who was also the first dental 
practitioner registered to practice his profession in the United States, and was 
afterward associated with Dr. Chapin A. Harris in organizing the first Dental 
College in the world. The University of Maryland was, therefore, the first to give 
instructions in Dentistry. 

The Maryland College of Pharmacy was established in 1841 and was affiliated 
with the University of Maryland in 1893, as the Department of Pharmacy. This 
School of Pharmacy is one of the most efficient and successful in this country. 



ANNOUNCEMENT 

1911=1912 



The Thirtieth Regular or Winter Course of Instruction in the University 
of Maryland Dental Department will begin on Monday, October 2. 1911, and 
continue for seven months, irrespective of vacations. The ANNUAL COMMENCE- 
MENT will be held at the close of the regular session. During the session there will 
be a vacation from the 24th of December to the 2nd of January. The Class Exami- 
nations are held in November, January and April of each session. 

The Spring and Summer Course will begin at the close of the Winter Session 
and continue until the opening of the Regular Session. 

In presenting the Annual Announcement of the Dental Department of the 
University of Maryland for the Collegiate Year 1911-1912, the Faculty are gratified 
to be able to state that their efforts to provide a thorough and practical course of 
instruction for dental students have received the approval of the best men in the 
dental profession, and have been highly appreciated by those in attendance on the lec- 
tures, clinics and demonstrations of the course. The energetic efforts made to 
secure completeness in every department of this school have resulted in a prosperity 
which is truly gratifying, and which affords undisputable evidence that the methods 
of instruction adopted have received the sanction of the profession and accomplished 
the results anticipated in thoroughly instructing the student in all that pertains to 
the science and art of dentistry. 

The hundreds of graduates of this College of Dentistry are now located in 
almost every part of the civilized world, and by their ability have established a high 
reputation for themselves, and also for their Alma Mater. 

The instruction in the University of Maryland Dental Department embraces a 
graded course of three sessions, and includes all subjects which comprise the theory 
and practice of Dental Surgery. 

Practical Infirmary and Laboratory operations are combined with theory as 
taught in didactic lectures and clinics, and hence require personal contact with 
patients. The Infirmary practice of this School will compare favorably with that 
of any other dental college in this country. 

The curriculum proper is arranged strictly with a view to prepare students for 
dental practice, and the facilities for practice, as well as for theoretical instruction, 
are ample. 

Connected with, and the students enjoying all the advantages of one of the oldest 
Universities in this country, the Faculty of this Dental Department can offer to its 
matriculates such a thorough, systematic and practical dental education as the 
present advanced science and art of dentistry demands. 

The rapid advance of the art and science of dental surgery, and the recognition 
of it by the leading Medical Associations as a specialty of Medicine, as well as the 
desire of every reputable dental practitioner to have it accepted as such, renders 
it necessary to increase the facilities by which dental students can acquire not only 
a thorough knowledge of the profession of their choice, but also a knowledge of the 
collateral sciences. By placing dental surgery, as connected with oral surgery, in a 
position where it is accepted as a department of medicine, its status is exalted, a 
larger number of intellectual men enter its ranks and a new impetus of thought and 
investigation is thereby created. 

The instruction in both Operative and Prosthetic Denistry is as thorough as it is 
possible to make it, and embraces everything pertaining to dental art. The advan- 
tages which the surgical clinics, both general and oral (to which the dental students 
are admitted, as indeed to all the lectures of the University) afford, cannot be over- 
estimated. Annually an attendance of many thousand patients in the Out-Patient 
Department, in addition to the Ward patients, are treated in the large University 
Hospital, which assists in furnishing an abundance of material for the Dental 
Infirmary and Laboratory practice. 

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The New Dental Building, completed in 1904, is situated on an elevated site 
on the northeast corner of Lombard and Greene streets, and is especially convenient 
in reach from all lines of travel, both general and city. It is lighted by both elec- 
tricity and gas, and all its rooms are easily accessible. This building is heated by 
steam, and no expense has been spared in its equipment. It contains a large Dental 
Infirmary or Operating Room (100x33), lighted from the North, West, South and 
East, and is furnished with a full complement of Wilkerson Operating Chairs, all 
having an unobstructed light; also, an additional Dental Lecture Hall, with 
elevated seats. Also, the Dental Museum, Clinic Rooms, Extracting Room, 
Impression Room, Reception Rooms, Assembly and Reading Room, Technic Room, 
Toilet Rooms. Patients' and Students' Private Rooms, Halls and Stairways. Also, 
separate Senior, Junior and Freshmen Laboratories, Pathological, Histological, 
Bacteriological and Chemical Laboratories and the office of the Dean. Private 
lockers and drawers secure the safety of the instruments, books and clothing of the 
students. The Lecture Halls in the University Building are capable of accommo- 
dating hundreds of students, being large and well lighted. 

The large and interesting Dental Museum of the University contains many 
specimens of peculiar interest to dental students, and compares favorably, on 
account of the large donations of valuable dental, pathological and other specimens 
received from this and foreign countries, with that of any other dental institution. 

Working Chemical. Pathological and Histological, Physiological and Bacterio- 
logical Laboratories, for the instruction of students during and between sessions, 
are conducted under the immediate supervision of the Professors of those chairs. 

Adjacent to the Dental Infirmary and Laboratory Building and separated from 
it only by the width of a street, is the extensive and modern University Hospital, 
in which are daily held the surgical and other clinics, affording the dental student 
opportunities of witnessing every variety of general and oral surgical operations, as 
it is one of the largest institutions for the care of the sick in the City of Baltimore ; 
and the trained nurses, to whom are confided the domestic management of the insti- 
tution, are everywhere favorably known as tender and skillful. 

The Professors of the Faculty of Physic are connected with a number of Charity 
Hospitals, the inmates of which also add to the number of dental patients. All 
dental patients are operated on by the students under the careful supervision of the 
Professors and Demonstrators, and the expenses attending such operations are borne 
by the University. The benefits of such a large Infirmary and Laboratory practice 
as this Institution affords to the dental students cannot be overestimated, and the 
sources from which the Dental Department of the University of Maryland obtains 
an ample supply of dental patients are so numerous and well assured that the facili- 
ties for the acquirement of practical skill in this institution cannot be surpassed. 

The Dental Infirmary and Laboratories are open daily (except Sundays) during 
the entire year for the reception of patients, and the practice of dental students 
has increased to such an extent that all in attendance during the regular and sum- 
mer sessions have an abundance of practical work in both operative and prosthetic 
dentistry. The means of practical instruction have already assumed such large 
proportions that the supply has been beyond the needs of the large classes in attend- 
ance, and during the past sessions it has often been necessary to turn away patients. 
The exceedingly large number of patients who visit the Infirmary to have teeth 
extracted affords every student ample opportunities for such practice. Special days 
each week of the session are devoted to % instruction and lectures in Crown and 
Bridge Work, Plastic, Metal, Continuous Gum, Metallo-Plastic, Porcelain and Alumi- 
num Work. 



COURSE OF STUDY 



DENTAL PATHOLOGY, ORAL SURGERY, DENTAL PROSTHESIS, 

PROF. FERDINAND J. S. GORGAS, M.D., D.D.S. 

The course of instruction from this Chair will include the histology of the dental 
organs, and all the details connected with the etiology, pathology and treatment of 
the morbid conditions and structural changes of the teeth, alveolar processes, etc.. 
particularly the special pathology, diagnosis and treatment of all dental diseases, 
and the local effects upon the dental organs of general constitutional and hereditary 
disease; the local constitutional effects of the eruption of the teeth; the special 
application of all medical agents employed in dental practice. Also, all that pertains 
to Dental Prosthesis, such as the preparation and treatment of the mouth for 
artificial dentures; the construction of artificial dentures on the different bases in 
use, such as vulcanite, celluloid, srold work and continuous gum work, etc., embrac- 
ing the entire procedure, from taking the impression to the completion of the case. 
:'pc! its proper adjustment to the mouth. Also, the properties, alloys and dental uses 
of the various metals used in the laboratory will be fully described in daily lectures. 
In conjunction with the lectures, complete and thorough instructions in all forms of 
metal and combination work, Crown-and-Bridge Work, Continuous Gum, Porcelain 
and Plastic Work will be given in the laboratory practice by competent instructors. 
Special lectures, as well as demonstrations in Crown-and-Bridge Work, Porcelain 
Work, Inlay Work, and the 'correction of the irregularities of the teeth are delivered 
each week of the session. 



OPERATIVE AND CLINICAL DENTISTRY, 

PROF. ISAAC II. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S. 

The course from this Chair will comprise a thorough, practical instruction in all 
dental operations such as filling, extracting, pivoting and regulating the teeth ; the 
filling of pulp canals ; the treatment of alveolar abscess, diseased pulps, etc. All 
proper methods for performing operations on the teeth and tissues involved will be 
demonstrated at regular clinics. The various forms and qualities of gold and other 
metals will be carefully considered, and the kind best suited for each particular 
case thoroughly explained and practically demonstrated in operations known to 
the profession. The advantages and disadvantages of each particular form of gold 
will be carefully scrutinized. The methods of manipulating cohesive and non- 
cohesive, or soft, gold foils will be carefully taught, as a knowledge of the uses of 
both forms is absolutely essential to a complete dental education. All plastic mate- 
rials for filling teeth, such as amalgam, cements, etc.. and the mode of manipulation 
will receive careful attention. 

Tests for defects in the plastic materials will be shown, and the student taught 
how to make such tests. In short, nothing will be left undone to familiarize the 
class with all known methods of operating and to impress upon the mind of each 
the best and most practical system of performing operations upon the teeth. At 
regular clinics every instrument will be shown and its use thoroughly demonstrated, 
and all new appliances will receive careful attention. 

The Professor of this Chair will deliver a regular course of lectures on opera- 
tive dentistry, in addition to giving special clinics at stated times for practical 
instruction. 

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CHEMISTRY AND METALLURGY, 

PROF. R. DORSET COALE, Ph.D. 

The aim of this course is to present to the student the most important facts and 
principles of Modern Chemistry in a plain but precise and scientific form. Special 
attention will be given to the mode of preparation, properties, etc., of the metals, 
alloys and the various compounds used in dental practice. 

The course of lectures will be fully illustrated by experiments, for which 
purpose the department is well supplied with apparatus. 

The Chemical, Histological, Bacteriological and other Laboratories of this 
department, open daily, offer excellent facilities to students desiring to take special 
courses in practical chemical manipulation and pathology. 

ORAL SURGERY, 

PROF. RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.D. 

Surgery is an eminently practical branch, and as such is taught. Didactic lec- 
tures are illustrated by diagrams, casts, color drawings and a large collection of 
specimens. The University Hospital, as well as the Outdoor Department, supplies a 
varied clinic, so that the direct application of the principles of Surgery can be made 
in the immediate presence of the student, to his great advantage. 

Every condition of oral and face disease is studied and treated, and every 
opportunity afforded the dental student to qualify himself in this important course 
of study, and advantages are presented which only dental schools directly connected 
with medical departments can command for their students. 

ANATOMY, 

PROF. J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D. 

Anatomy will be taught in the most practical manner, not only by didactic lec- 
tures in the anatomical theatre, but by class demonstrations of osteology and 
syndesmology. under the supervision of an Associate Professor of Anatomy. The 
lectures on this fundamental branch of medicine and dental science will be amply 
illustrated with preparations, models, plates, drawings and dissected cadaver. 
Special reference will be made to the anatomy, microscopical and comparative, of 
the jaws, teeth, salivary glands and other organs and tissues contained within or 
accessory to the oral cavity. 

PHYSIOLOGY, 

PROF. JOHN C. HEMMETER. M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

The instruction in this department is graded, and consists of lectures, confer- 
ences, demonstrations upon living animals, and written exercises which are handed 
in by the student once every month. The Professor gives a number of questions 
selected in such a way that the proper answering of them requires that the student 
shall not only have paid close attention to the lectures and demonstrations, but 
must read up very carefully in his text-book at home. These exercises are corrected 
by the Professor: the errors are discussed in the class rooms, when they are 
returned to the student. 

There are really two courses in Physiology — an elementary course for the first- 
year students and an advanced course for the second-year students. In the Physi- 
ologic Laboratory the Instruction will consist largely of experiments and observa- 
tions made by the student himself. Students will be trained not to rest upon 
authority, hut upon personal observation and individual analysis of the phenomenon 

of life. 

P. ut of the lectures in Elementary Physiology and the conferences are con 
ducted by in:. Charles 0. Conser. 

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THERAPEUTICS AND MATERIA MEDICA, 
PROF. TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S. 

In this department special attention is bestowed upon the application of such 
'remedies as are employed in the treatment of pathological conditions of the teeth 
and the oral cavity, together with their composition and physiological action. The 
nature, use and administration of anaesthetic agents, both local and general, will 
also receive special attention both theoretically and practically in didactic lectures 
and demonstrations. 



ORAL HYGIENE AND DENTAL HISTORY, 

PROF. B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S. 

The course in Oral Hygiene consists of a series of lectures on the importance 
«»f keeping the oral cavity in a clean, healthy condition and the special means to be 
employed to that end. 

Instruction in Dental History is of value to the student in that it gives him a 
knowledge of the co-relation of Dental Science to that of Medicine and also serves 
as a stimulus to professional loyalty and pride. 

CLINICAL DENTISTRY AND ORTHODONTIA, 

PROF. ELDRIDGE BASKIN, M.D.. D.D.S. 

The Professor of this Chair has daily supervision over all operations performed 
in the Infirmary, and the methods taught are of such a character that, by attention 
and diligence, the student may become a good operator at the chair. The subject 
of Orthodontia includes lectures and demonstrations embracing the etiology, diag- 
nosis and treatment of the irregularities of the teeth by the approved methods for 
correction. 

DEMONSTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS. 

The facilities for securing patients for the students to acquire actual practice 
under the supervision of the professors and demonstrators are so superior that each 
student has ample opportunity for gaining practical knowledge and skill in manip- 
ulation, thus preparing him to enter with confidence, after graduation, upon the 
active duties of his profession. The importance of combining theory and practice 
cannot be overestimated. 

THE DENTAL INFIRMARY, in charge of Prof. Eldridge Baskin, affords 
every facility for practical knowledge in Operative Dentistry, the patients being 
assigned to the students by the Demonstrators, who are constantly present to give 
the required information and directions. Every one of the many operating chairs 
In the Infirmary can be connected with batteries for operating dental electric appli- 
ances, such as the electric plugger. electric mouth lamp, etc. Professor Baskin is 
assisted by Dr. Willtam A. Rea and a number of experienced Demonstrators. 

THE DENTAL LABORATORIES, in charge of Prof. John C. Uhler, are so 
admirably equipped that they contain all the conveniences for the preparation of 
metals, the manufacture of teeth and the construction of artificial dentures of every 
kind. The Demonstrators of this department will always be ready to give the 
necessary instruction. 

Under the teaching of skillful instructors, the students can acquire a thorough 
knowledge of Metal, Continuous Gum, Crown-and-Bridge Work, Porcelain Work 
and Plastic Work, the Laboratories being equipped with the latest and most 
approved furnaces and appliances for such styles of work. Lathes and Dental 
Engines are operated by electricity and foot-power. 

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CROWN WORK, BRIDGE WORK, PORCELAIN WORK AND INLAY 
WORK. — A complete course of demonstration and lectures are conducted by Dr. L. 
W. Fabinholt on these branches of dentistry. 

In the Extracting Room the various general and local anaesthetics are daily 
administered and applied in the extraction of teeth under the supervision of Dr. 
S. W. Moore. 

DENTAL TECHNICS.— Complete courses of Dental Technics are conducted by 
Dr. J. S. Gieser. Owing to the scarcity of teeth for this course, students are 
requested to bring with them all the extracted teeth they can. 

Students are assigned to seats in the Lecture Halls, and also to Infirmary and 
Laboratory lockers, in the order in which they matriculate, and each student is 
required to occupy the same during the session. Early matriculation secures the 
most prominent seats and lockers, as well as other advantages. 

PRACTICAL ANATOMY. 

The Dissecting Room is in charge of the Professors and Demonstrators of Anat- 
omy, who superintend and direct the classes in their dissections. The rooms are 
new, convenient, well warmed, ventilated and lighted. The Demonstrators pass 
much of their time in assisting the students and in guiding their labors. (Access 
may be had to the rooms daily.) ♦ 

HOSPITAL CLINICS. 

In addition to the facilities afforded by this institution for a thorough course 
of instruction in the theory and practice of dentistry, the clinics in the University 
Hospital enable the Dental equally with the Medical students to become familiar 
with the diseases and operations of Practical Surgery; excisions of jaw, of tongue, 
partial or entire ; tumors, cancerous or benign, of various parts of the buccal cavity ; 
plastic operations for the restoration of cheek, lip, antrum disease, etc., may be 
mentioned as having been before the class during the year. The induction of anaes- 
thesia by means of different agents — ether, chloroform, bromide of ethyl, nitrous 
oxide gas, somnoform. kelene, etc., all being used in the clinics — cannot fail to be of 
use to the students of Oral Surgery. 

SUMMARY OF STUDIES. 

FIRST YEAR. — Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Materia Medica, Operative 
Technics, Prosthetic Technics, Crown-and-Bridge Technics, Prosthetic Dentistry, 
Operative Dentistry, Practical Anatomy, Histology. 

SECOND YEAR. — Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Materia Medica and Thera- 
peutics, Clinical Dentistry, Operative Dentistry, Prosthetic Dentistry, Pathology, 
Crown-and-Bridge Work, Practical Prosthetic Dentistry. 

THIRD YEAR. — Oral Surgery, Bacteriology, Orthodontia, Operative Dentistry, 
Practical Prosthetic Dentistry, Crown-and-Bridge Work, Metallurgy, Clinical Dent- 
istry, Oral Hygiene, Dental History. 

Freshmen and Juniors who fail in their examination for a higher grade will be 
afforded the privilege of a second examination during the first part of the following 
regular session. Seniors, under like circumstances, may pass a second examination 
at the commencement of the ensuing session. 

SESSIONS. 

Each Collegiate Year consists of two sessions : First, the Winter Session, on 
which alone attendance is obligatory ; and second, Spring and Summer Session. 

The Winter Session, 1911-1912, begins October 2d, 1911, and the Commencement 
exercises are held at the close of each Winter Session. 

The Spring and Summer Session each year begins at the close of the Winter 
Session and continues until the opening of the next Winter Session. The work of 
the Spring and Summer Session is altogether practical ; no lectures are delivered, 
but the Dental Students attending this session will have, in addition to practical 
instruction in Operative and Mechanical Dentistry, the privilege of attending the 
Surgical, Medical and Daily Bedside Clinics of the University Hospital, where a 
large number of patients are treated. 

The many advantages of the Spring and Summer Session for actual practice 
cannot be overestimated, as the number of patients applying for dental services is 
alwavs very large, and the Infirmary is never closed except on Sundavs. 

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Students who have no dental experience, and also those First and Second Course 
students who desire to avail themselves of the great advantages offered for practical 
work and instruction, are earnestly advised to attend the Spring and Summer 
Course. Indeed, every student, if it is possible, should take advantage of such an 
opportunity for acquiring practical knowledge. This course, however, is not consid- 
ered as equivalent to a Regular or Winter Course, in the requirements for gradua- 
tion, and attendance on it is not obligatory, but it affords great opportunity for 
practical work. 

This Dental Department strictly complies with the rules of the National Asso- 
ciation of Dental Faculties and the National Association of Dental Examiners. 

QUALIFICATION FOR ADMISSION. 

This University Dental Department is a member of the National Association of 
Dental Faculties and conforms to all the rules and regulations of that body. There- 
fore, candidates for entrance will be expected to pass an examination corresponding 
to that required in a high school of their section of country. A certificate of educa- 
tional qualification equivalent or superior to such a course will be accepted as suffi- 
cient for admission without examination. A knowledge of Latin or Greek is not 
required. The preliminary examination,, when such is required, is in the hands of 
a recognized educational authority in this and other States, Prof. E. Deichman, of 
Baltimore City, who makes examinations and passes upon certificates for the 
University of Maryland Dental Department. A matriculate examination is not 
required of those coming with an intermediate certificate from other recognized 
dental schools. 

According to a resolution passed by" the National Association of Dental Facul- 
ties, no Dental School can admit students later than the 10th day after opening of 
the regular session ; hence, all students must enter the school within the first ten 
days of the session, in order to be credited with a full session. 

In case of sickness, attested by a physician's certificate, a student may enter 
twenty days after the opening of the winter session. 

Graduates of this school are admitted on the matriculation fee only; graduates 
of other schools, on the payment of the matriculation fee and $75 tuition fees. 

Graduates of recognized Medical Colleges are admitted to the Junior or Second 
Year Class without examination. 

Students who enter from other reputable Dental Colleges will be credited for 
such studies on which they have passed finally in their former Colleges, except the 
purely dental studies. 

The National Association of Dental Faculties has forbidden all Dental Colleges 
in this country to grant or receive Scholarships by the following resolution : "Re- 
solved, That it is the sense of this Association that the method of bestowing scholar- 
ships is no longer called for and is detrimental to the best interests of the profes- 
sion, and that hereafter no College of this Association shall grant either free or 
beneficiary Scholarships." 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

The candidate for graduation must have attended three full courses of lectures, 
demonstrations and clinical instruction at the REGULAR OR WINTER SESSIONS 
in tli is or other recognized schools. 

The following, however, will be considered equivalent to an attendance on one 
or two courses of lectures in this Dental School : One or two courses in any 
reputable dental school, prior to matriculation in this University. 

The candidate for graduation must also present himself for examination upon 
:ill subjects composing the Dental Course of Instruction. Prior to such examinations 
he must show specimens Of operations upon the natural organs performed in the 
Dental Infirmary of the University, ;>n<l present an approved specimen of dental 
mechanism constructed in the Dental Laboratory of the University to he deposited 
in the University Museum. Candidates for graduation who fail to pass the final 
Examination at the end of the year hare the privilege of standing a second exami- 
nation for the degree of D.D.8., in the following fall, without being eompelled to 
attend another session. Candidates failing to graduate are riot required to appear 
for examination In those branches In which they have obtained the required per- 
centage. 

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The judgment of the Faculty upon the fitness of a candidate is based upon their 
knowledge of his general attendance and industry, character and habits, as well as 
upon the results of his final examinations. 

The Faculty, however, wish it to be distinctly understood that while any 
student who has complied with the technical requisitions, viz: Matriculation, attend- 
ance upon lectures and clinics, etc., may appear before them for examination, they 
reserve for themselves and will exercise the right of making moral as well as pro- 
fessional qualifications an element in their decision. Open irregularities of conduct, 
negligence, habitual and prolonged absence from lectures" and neglect or failure to 
comply with requirements, will always be regarded as obstacles to the attainment 
of a degree or advancement to a higher grade. Violation of the State Dental Law 
is strictly forbidden. 

Attendance upon the Commencement Exercises is obligatory upon every candi- 
date for graduation. 

FEES FOR EACH REGULAR WINTER COURSE. 

The Fees (icith the exception of the Diploma Fee) must he paid as follows: One- 
half on the entrance day, and the balance during the first week of the 
succeeding January; this rule must be strictly observed. 

Matriculation (paid once only), .$5.00. Tuition fee, §150.00. Diploma fee. 
$30.00. Dissecting fee (paid once only), $10.00. Students who have attended a 
session of this or any other College, prior to 1906-1007, are admitted on the old fees. 

(The Diploma Fee must be paid by the first of April of the year of graduation.) 

A special ticket is issued at the close of each session to every student of the 
first and second year classes, as an evidence that he has passed successfully, or 
unsuccessfully, examinations for advancement to a higher grade, and also has 
attended a full session. 

No assessment is made on candidates for graduation, the University bearing all 
the expenses attending the Commencement Exercises. 

Dental students who have attended three full sessions in the University are 
privileged to attend subsequent sessions on payment of the matriculation fee only. 

Tickets for any of the Courses of Study may be taken out separately. 

Applicants for admission can send to the Dean at any time between regular 
sessions the fee of $5.00 in order to secure prominent seats in the Lecture Halls and 
also lockers and drawers in the Infirmary and Laboratories. 

FEES FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER COURSES. 

The tuition fee for the Spring and Summer Course is $75 which must be paid 
by the first of June of each year, or on matriculation if the student enters later; 
this amount will be deducted from fees of the next following Winter Session. 

All tickets for the Dental Department will be issued by the Dean of that 
Department, at the University Dental Building, to whom all dental students are 
requested to report themselves immediately upon their arrival in Baltimore. 

TEXT=BOOKS. 

On Operative Dentistry : Johnson's or Kirk's Operative Dentistry, each $6.00. 

On Prosthetic Dentistry : Richard's Mechanical Dentistry, $5.00 ; Turner's 
Prosthetic Dentistry, $6.00. 

On Materia Medica and Therapeutics: Stevens', $3.50; Gorgas', $4.50; Buck- 
ley's, $2.50. 

On Physiology : Haliburton's or Kirke's, each $3.50. 

On Anatomy: Gray's, $6.00. 

On Chemistry: Simon's, $3.00; Remsen's, $1.25. 

On Normal Histology (Senior Year) : Piersol's, $3.50, or Storh's, Hill's or 
Schaefer's. 

On Orthodontia (Senior Year) : Guilford's, Talbott's or Angle's, $5.00 

On Bacteriology (Senior Year): Abbott's. $2.75; McFarland's, $3.50. 

On Pathology (Senior Year) : McConnell's. $2.50. 

Oral Surgery: Marshall's, $5.00. 

Dental Anatomy and Histology : Bromell's, $4.50. 

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The following works will prove useful to Dental Students: — 

"Questions and Answers,'" comprising the entire curriculum of the Dental Stu- 
dent, by Professor Gorgas, will be found useful in the study of text-books, and also 
a guide for study preparatory to entering college and during the sessions, and for 
final and State Board Dental Examinations. In one volume, price $6.00. 

The latest (6th) edition of Harris' Dental Dictionary, revised by Professor 
Gorgas, proves a valuable text-book for the dental student, $5.00. 

Also, Essig's Dental Metallurgy, Mitchell's Dental Chemistry, or HalVs Dental 
Chemistry or Metallurgy. 

The student should have at least one standard work upon each subject taught 
them in the University. 

After the books for the first year are purchased, which will include the first 
six on the above list, the second and third years will require but three or four more 
books. 

Text-books can be obtained at a discount from retail prices to students of this 
College from the Agent of the Publishers, at the University of Maryland. 

INSTRUMENTS. — Every student is required to furnish his own hand instru- 
ments in what are known as "Student Sets," which can be used in after practice. 
The cost of these "Sets" of instruments will vary according to number and finish ; 
the larger sets with the text-books can be procured for $80.00. A smaller set of 
instruments can be procured for about $50.00, not including the dental engine. All 
dental schools now require the students to procure their own dental engines for use 
in the Infirmary. The University furnishes extracting forceps, vulcanizers, electric 
and foot lathes and other large instruments used in the Laboratories. 

BOARD in private houses can be obtained at from $3.50 to $4.00 per week 
according to quality, including lodging, fuel and light; also furnished or unfur- 
nished rooms, without board, at from $6 to $10 per month. By leaving baggage at 
railway depot until after matriculation, time and expense may be saved, as the 
student can go from the office of the Dean direct to the College Building on Univer- 
sity grounds, northeast corner of Lombard and Greene streets, where the Janitor 
will furnish him with a list of comfortable and convenient boarding houses suitable 
to his means and wishes. The expenses of living are at least as low, if not lower, 
in Baltimore as in any large city in the United States. Good boarding houses are 
within easy walking distance of the University. 

The personal expenses* of the students are at least as low in Baltimore as in any 
large city in the United States. The following estimates of students' personal 
expenses for the academic year of seven months have been prepared by students, and 
are based upon actual experiences: 



Items. 



Books 

College Incidentals 

Board, seven months 

Room Rent, separate from board 

Clothes and Washing 

All Other Expense 

Total 



Low. 



$18 

*75 
24 
30 
10 



$157 



Average. 



$32 
5 
85 
40 
40 
20 



$222 



Liberal. 



$50 
10 

110 
50 
00 
75 



$355 



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PRIZES. 

The following prizes were awarded to members of the Senior, Junior and 
Freshman Classes of this Dental Departmenl Cor the Session of 1910-1911: 

The University Gold Medal for the Highest Grade al the Final Examinations— 
To Alex II. Paterson, of Pennsylvania. 

Honorable Mention for Second Highest Grade— Henry A. Folsom, of Vermont. 

Roll of Honor (Students of the Senior Class grading to a possible 800)— Alex 
II Paterson, Henry A. Folsom, L. M. Basehoar, D. P. High, D. C. White, Henry 
Martin, Rhodes Burrows, Robt. T. Skelton, W. L. Davidson, L. P. Henneberger. 

SFXIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

The James H. Harris Gold Medal (for Best Non-Cohesive Gold Filling)— L. P. 
Henneberger. 

Honorable Mention—David C. White. 

Prof. F. J. S. Gorgas' Gold Medal (for Best Cohesive Gold Filling)— L. M. 
Basehoar. 

First Honorable Mention — Samuel Roth. 

Second Honorable Mention — A. J. Hoffmann. 

Prof. I. H. Davis' Gold Medal (for Best Combination Gold Filling)— S. B. 
Johnston. 

First Honorable Mention — R. H. Shore. 

Second Honorable Mention — L. A. Cambo. 

Gold Medal (for Best Partial Upper Set of Teeth on Metal) — Alex H. Paterson. 

First Honorable Mention — Robt. W. Crews. 

Second Honorable Mention — L. M. Basehoar. 

Gold Medal (for Best Senior Class Crown-and-Bridge Work) — Alex H. Pat- 
erson. 

First Honorable Mention — David C. White. 

Second Honorable Mention — D. A. Walters. 

JUNIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

Prof. John C. Uhler's Gold Medal (for Best Combination Set of Teeth)— L. W. 
Delaney. 

First Honorable Mention — Thos. H. Hoffman. 

Second Honorable Mention — Wylie I. Smith. 

Charles R. Deeley's Gold Medal (for Best Junior Class Crown-and-Bridge 
Work) — John A. McClung. 

First Honorable Mention — W. H. Clark. 

Second Honorable Mention — John A. Black. 

FRESHMAN CLASS PRIZES. 

Luther B. Benton's Gold Medal (for Best Vulcanite Set of Teeth)— A. L. 
Strenge. 

First Honorable Mention — Rafael Reineke. 

Second Honorable Mention — R. R. Newman. 

Dr. Eldridge Raskin's Gold Medal (for Best Freshman Class Crown-and-Bridge 
Work) — Harvey R. Hege. 

First Honorable Mention — R. M. Farrell. 

Second Honorable Mention — O. L. Jenkins. 

Dr. J. S. Geiser's Gold Medal (for Best Freshman Class Cohesive Gold Fill- 
ing) — Harvey R. Hege. 

First Honorable Mention — P. P. Payne. 

Second Honorable Mention — Louis Goldberg. 

A number of prizes w^ill be awarded to the students of the Session of 1911-1912. 
All prize work must be constructed in the Dental Laboratory of the College under 
the supervision of the Associate Professors and Demonstrators. A certificate signed 
by the Dean and hearing the seal of the University accompanies each prize. 

Members of the dental profession having specimens of abnormal development, 
of unusual pathological conditions, models of irregularities, ores of metals, com- 
parative anatomy specimens, etc., are respectfully requested to donate them to the 
Museum of this department, when they will receive suitable acknowledgment, and 
the donors name be attached to the specimen and published in the annual catalogue. 

The Faculty desire to acknowledge valuable donations to the Museum of. the 
Dental Department during the past year from the following dental practitioners : 

Drs. C. C. Harris, Md. ; Raymond S. Neiman, Pa. ; Augustin Sagabien, Cuba ; Ga- 
briel K. Jureidini. Egypt. 



YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF 

MARYLAND. 

This Association has been established for fourteen years past in the University 
and has been attended with success ever since its organization. 

All students are eligible to membership as actives or associates, which mem- 
bership includes special privileges in the City Association. 

The rooms of the Association are located in one of the buildings of the Uni- 
versity. 

A Students' Bible Class is maintained by the Association, and every effort 
exerted to promote Christian character and morality. 

There will be a committee on hand at the opening of the session to welcome new 
students, and a reception by the Association will be given early in the session. 

All young men who intend to enter the University are cordially invited to 
address the President of the Young Men's Christian Association of the University 
of Maryland, who will be only too glad to render any assistance within his power, 
and, on arriving in the city, are requested to make themselves known as soon as 
possible. 



POST-GRADUATE COURSE. 

Since the organization of this Dental Department an annual Post-Graduate 
Course has been open to the graduates of this School. 

POST-GRADUATES, 1911. 

Charles A. Shbeeve, D.D.S. 

John S. Mandigo, D.D.S. 

Hectob L. Peloquin, D.D.S. 

George E. Truitt, D.D.S. 

Each department of the University publishes n list of its matriculates in its 
respective annual catalogues. No names are published in the Catalogue of the 
Dental Department except those who are strictly Dental Students. The Annual 
Catalogue is published in June of each year. For Matriculating Students the Dean 
will be found at his office in the Dental Building at 11 A. M. each weekday. 



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DENTAL INFIRMARY 

OF THE 

University of Maryland 

Dental Department 



OPEN DAILY DURING THE ENTIRE YEAR 
FROM i TO 6 P. M. 



Clinics at 9 A. M. during Regular Session. During the Summer and the 
Regular Sessions many operations are performed in the Infirmary free of char ye, 
at cost of material only. No expense to students for material for college patients. 

This Infirmary is in charge of the Professors and Demonstrators, and the 
number of patients in daily attendance is frequently greater than can be accommo- 
dated. 

During the session of 1910-1911 there were: 

Teeth extracted 4,140 

Fillings inserted in teeth (gold, amalgam and plastic) 7,892 

Teeth treated and crown work 3,754 

Sets of teeth made in Laboratory, including bridge work 6,256 

Sets of teeth repaired 2,320 

Surgical operations on Mouth and Jaws 45 

This record does not include the Spring and Summer Session of 1910, when the 
list of operations showed an average of more than one- third as compared with the 
Regular or Winter Sessions. 

All general and local Anaesthetics in common use are daily administered and 
applied for the Extraction of Teeth and in Surgical Operations on the Head and 
Face. 

All reliable materials are employed in the construction of Artificial Teeth. 
Metal and Plastic Work. Continuous Gum, Crown-and-Bridge Work. Porcelain and 
Inlay Work, are demonstrated by expert Instructors. 

Profs. John C. Uhler, I. II. Davis and Dr. William A. Rea, assisted by compe- 
tent Demonstrators, are in charge of the Infirmary and Laboratories during the 
Winter, Spring and Summer Sessions. 

Infirmary and Laboratories in Dental Department Building, corner of Greene 
and Lombard streets. Baltimore. 

PROF. ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S., 
PROF. JOHN C. UHLER. D.D.S., 
WILLIAM A. REA, D.D.S.. 

Demonstrators. 
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GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1911 



Lloyd Mehking Basehoar Pennsylvania. 

Lawrence Welling Bonnoitt Virginia. 

Daniel Bratton Maryland. 

Rhodes Burrows Connecticut. 

Lucas Angel Cambo 'Ruiz Cuba. 

Thomas John Claggett Maryland. 

William Francis Courtney Connecticut. 

William Lee Davidson South Carolina. 

John Gleason Donnelly, Jr New Jersey. 

Solomon M. Feldstein, M.D New York. 

Howard Morton Finch Connecticut. 

Leo Freiberger •. Austria. 

Henry Andrew Folsom Vermont. 

Risden Bennett Gaddy North Carolina. 

Samuel Hawthorne Gluckman New Jersey. 

Howard Crosby Greene Connecticut. 

Sherman Jenkins Hamilton New York. 

Seaborn James Hargrove, Jr Georgia. 

A. Douglas S. Harrower Virginia. 

Daniel Edward Healey New York. 

William Stuart Hart Heermans, Jr New York. 

Lowell Philip Henneberger Pennsylvania. 

Benjamin Frederick Herman Connecticut. 

Daniel Pinkney High, Jr North Carolina. 

Adolph John Hoffmann New Jersey. 

Samuel Boss Johnston Virginia. 

M. Lafayette Justice, M. D North Carolina. 

Alfredo E. Justiz Maspons Cuba. 

Gabriel K. Jubeidini Egypt. 

Carter Inskeep Long West Virginia. 

Arthur Franklin Lynch Rhode Island. 

Henry Martin Connecticut. 

Anibal F. L. Montero y Diaz Cuba. 

Taylor Phifer Nisbet ^ South Carolina. 

Alexander Horn Paterson Pennsylvania. 

Samuel Roth Maryland. 

Robah Harrison Shore North Carolina. 

Robert Thomas Skelton New York. 

Allen G. Thurman Twigg Maryland. 

Randolph M. I'kmson Pennsylvania. 

I >\\ id Glabe Wn m Louisiana. 

I 'ii ari.i s B. Wingo, Jr Maryland. 

oi.in ii \kold Youngs Connecticut. 



CATALOGUE OF DENTAL STUDENTS 



SESSION 1910=1911, 



All of these Matriculates conformed to the requirements for Admission as 
Specified by the Annual Catalogue of each year. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Basehoar, L. M • Pennsylvania Dr. C. S. Basehoar. 

Bonnoit, L. W South Carolina Dr. E. A. Earley. 

Bratton, Dan Maryland Dr. S. C. Sykes. 

Burrows, Rhodes Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

Cambo, L. A Juba Univ. of Md. 

Claggett, Thos. J Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Courtney, W. F Connecticut Dr. J. M. King. 

Crews, R. W North Carolina Dr. J. A. Roach. 

Davidson, W. L South Carolina Dr. J. L. Hamilton. 

Donnelly, John G New Jersey Univ. of Md. 

Feldstein, S. M. (M.D.) New York Dr. Chargin. 

Finch, Howard M Connecticut Dr. T. A. Ralston. 

Folsom, Henry A Vermont Dr. T. J. Walsh. 

Freiberger, Leo Austria Dr. W. E. S. Greene. 

Gaddy, R. B North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Gluckman, S. H New Jersey Univ. of Md 

Gonsalves. S. P Brazil Univ. of Md 

Greene, H. C Connecticut Dr. A. B. Gale. 

Hamilton, S. J New York Dr. H. Thompson. 

Hargrove, S. J Georgia Univ. of Md. 

Harrower, A. D. S.. Virginia ; Dr. J. W. Harrower. 

Healey, D. E New York Dr. P. T. Healey. 

Heermans, Wm. S. H New York Dr. Jas. Heermans. 

Henneberger, Lowell P Pennsylvania Dr. Wm. H. Lowell. 

Herman, B. F Connecticut Dr. P. A. Garnean. 

High, D. P North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Hubbard, Noble T Maryland Dr. N. R. Smithers. 

Hoffmann, A. J New Jersey Univ. of Md. 

Johnston, S. B Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Justice, M. L. (M.D.) North Carolina Dr. J. G. Reid. 

Justiz, A. E Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Jureidini, Gabriel K Egypt Dr. M. Jureidini. 

Loftus, Edw. T Massachusetts Dr. W. S. Garland. 

Long, Carter I West Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Lynch, Arthur F Rhode Island ..Univ. of Md. 

Martin, Henry Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

Montero, A Cuba Dr. J. M. Farnbrano. 

Montesinos, Miguel Porto Rico Univ. of Md. 

Xisbet, Taylor P South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Paterson, Alex H Pennsylvania Univ. of Md. 

Remsen, John L New Jersey Univ. of Md. 

Roth, Samuel Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Shore, R. H North Carolina Drs. T. A. & R. O. Apple. 

Simms, Arthur J Maryland Dr. S. J. Simms. 

Skelton, Robt. L New York Dr. C. H. Bishop 

Twigg, A. G. T Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Urmson, R. M Pennsylvania Univ. of Md. 

Walters, D. A North Carolina Dr. J. A. Roach. 

White, D. C Louisiana Univ. of Md. 

Wingo, Jr., C. E Maryland Dr. C. E. Wingo. 

Youngs, Olin H Connecticut. Dr. E. J. Jones. 

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JUNIOR CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Allen, L. T Canada Dr. C. T. Campbell. 

Bonney, H. E Virginia 

Ballard, Jas. B West Virginia Dr. E. D. Swope. 

Baugher, Wm. L Virginia Dr. F. L. Harris. 

Bernhardt, D. A West Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Binder, W. H Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Blanchard, Paul Vermont Univ. of Md. 

Blatt, D. F Maryland Dr. Katzoff. 

Black, John A New Jersey Dr. J. H. Kenna. 

Bond, W. H Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Burk, Aubrey H New Jersey Dr. A. G. Strickler. 

Camp, John O Connecticut Dr. T. A. Ralston. 

Clark, W. H New Hampshire Univ. of Md. 

Dawson, R. B West Virginia Dr. J. B. Herbert. 

Delaney, L. W New Jersey Univ. of Md. 

Ellison, Francis J Maryland Dr. W. Price. 

Ellington, R. H North Carolina Dr. J. H. Ihrie. 

*Eve, Stanley P Bermuda Dr. P. F. Cook. 

Fitzpatrick, H. E New Hampshire Dr. J. J. Moras 

Flook, D. Y Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Foard, Arthur C Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Gansburg, I Connecticut Dr. A. Gansberg. 

Grempler, H. T Maryland Dr. G. J. Grempler. 

Hamlin, J. J North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Healey, J. F New York Univ. of Md. 

Herr, Frank Trump Maryland Dr. Luther Tramp. 

Hickey, T. J : Pennsylvania Dr. J. W. Hickey. 

Hicks, Robert L South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Hoffman, Thomas H Pennsylvania Dr. C. S. Basehoar. 

Houston, D. T. B New Jersey Univ. of Md. 

Jefferson, H Georgia Dr. Albert Jefferson. 

Keighley, J. F. M Rhode Island Dr. E. B. Keighley. 

Keller, Herbert E New Jersey Dr. Jas. T. Lillis. 

Kirschner, Geo. E Pennsylvania Univ. of Md. 

Kennedy, W. S New York Dr. A. C. Ray. 

Lloyd, Wm. L Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Mansir, J. M Maine Univ. of Md. 

McClung, J. A Virginia Dr. F. W. McClure. 

Merrill, C. Whitney Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

Moore, Fred O Vermont Dr. W. B. Fitch. 

Martin, Alfred E New Jersey Dr. Wm. J. F. Martin. 

Ortel, Henry F Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Ontten, L. R Delaware Univ. of Md. 

Patterson, Geo. K North Carolina Dr. R O. Apple. 

Pemberton. B. M Virginia Dr. Deekens. 

Ray, Ralph North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Sapp, Clifton B North Carolina Dr. C. C. Sapp. 

Schlieder. Carl Maryland Dr. J. W. Schlieder. 

Sims, E. A Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Sinay, A. J Connecticut Dr. E. J. Jones. 

Sinskey. Meyer E Maryland Dr. H. L. Sinskey. 

Smith, Wylie I New York Univ. of Md. 

Stannard, M. B New Jersey Dr. Chas. E. Dare. 

Steinberg, J. B Maryland Univ. of* Md. 

Streich, Henry Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Sullivan. .Tms. j Xew Hampshire Univ. of Md. 

Thrift, U. A Rhode [aland Dr. II. H. Flowers. 

Thurlow, X. Maine Dr. s. ii. Bresnahan. 

Walker, Carl A Maryland Dr. A. v. Huntsberry. 

Woods, 0. C South Carolina Dr. J. A. Palmer. 

Wray, Harry D New York Dr. E. (J. Douglass. 

*I»id net attend session. 22 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Arch, Alphouso Mexico Dr. Geo. E. Truitt. 

Barnard. N West Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Bedenbaugh, A. J South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Bixhy, C. E Vermont Dr. W. L. Bixby. 

Black, Thos., Jr South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Bristol, F. R New York Dr. M. J. Barrett. 

Brockett, Raymond W Connecticut Dr. Marshall Peck. 

Bunch, Jr., G. A South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Bunn, P. A Massachusetts Dr. Daudlen. 

Brown, Leroy D Florida Univ. of Md. 

*Calvo, C. A. Costa Rica Univ. of Md. 

< lasey, Chas. H Rhode Island Dr. Burgess Hayes. 

( 'arpenter, Elbert C New York Univ. of Md. 

De .Tongh, Juan J Cuba Dr. Augustin Sagebieu 

Dion, J. B. Walter Massachusetts Dr. A. Gravel. 

Dooley, Walter A New York Dr. F. L. Dooley. 

Farrell, R. M North Carolina Dr. R. H. Islington. 

Farmer, Archer P North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

*Fischer, A. F New Jersey Univ. of Md. 

Freischlag, Edw New York Dr. C. P. Frieschlag. 

Fleishman. Joel Rhode Islrvnd Univ. of Md. 

tFitzgerald, E. J Maine Dr. J. B. Ellis. 

Flynn, W. E Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

Francesch, Antonio Cuba Dr. M. L. Hernander. 

Getz, A. C Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Gilley, P. F. M Maine Univ. of Md. 

*Gitomirsky, J. L. J Maryland Univ. of Md. 

*Goldstrom, L Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Greenberg, Jacob Maryland Dr. A. Grunberg. 

Goyco, R. J Porto Rico Univ. of Md. 

Hege, Harvey R North Carolina Dr. Phin. Horton. 

Herbin, W. H North Carolina Dr. J. A. Roach. 

Holt. James W Massachusetts Dr. H. C. Breault. 

Hunter, W. P Virginia Dr. H. M. Eckenrode. 

Hylton, W. G Virginia Dr. J. M. Harman. 

Jenkins. O. I Maryland Dr. A. L. Bumgarner 

*Katzen, M Russia Univ. of Md. 

Kibler, Wm. L South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

King, Harry C Maryland Univ. of Md. 

f King, K. K North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Kinum, Albert New York Univ. of Md. 

Krieger, Emanuel Maryland Univ. of Md. 

tKreis, H. J Maryland Univ. of Md. 

LeCron, N. F Maryland Dr. S. L. LeCron. 

Mainz, Leonard C New York Dr. Geo. Downey. 

Milliken, Jas. S North Carolina Dr. T. A. Apple. 

*Mitchell, H. C Virginia Univ. of Md. 

♦Mitchell, S. H New York Univ. of Md. 

Moran, John J New Hampshire Dr. P. H. Moran. 

McMurray. Leroy South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Newman. R. R New York Dr. R. W. Jackman 

Niedentohl, N X Maryland Dr. D. E. Duff. 

O'Brien, Edw. J Massachusetts Dr. Perout. 

O'Hearn. Leo Massachusetts Dr. M. W. Flynn. 

Payne, P. P Maryland Univ. of Md. 

*Perman, J. C Massachusetts Univ. of Md. 

Plannells, Oscar A Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Pratt, Jr., C. B North Carolina Dr. J. A. Roach. 

*Preston. G .M Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Riechman, Jos. H New York Univ. of Md. 



Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Renehan, J. L Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

Reineke, Rafael Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Riba, Oswaldo Juba Univ. of Md. 

Riba, Pedro Cuba Univ. of Md. 

*Richter, Louis New York Univ. of Md. 

Ross, John W Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Russell, A. Y North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Segal, Abe Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Sartelle, R. Ray Virginia Dr. B. M. Rosgel. 

Scanlon, J .H Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

*Shapairo, Paul New York Univ. of Md. 

*Skaggs, H. H West Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Smathers, J. M Pennsylvania Univ. of Md. 

Smith, R. B Pennsylvania Dr. F. B. Smith. 

Strenge, Arthur L Massachusetts Dr. Geo. J. Andler. 

t Stevens, C. Harry Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

Tansey, John A New York Univ. of Md. 

Troxler, E. A North Carolina Dr. E. H. Hopkins 

Waller, D. T North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

* Welch, W.- E Massachusetts Univ. of Md. 

*Did not attend session. 

t Attended part of session. 



IA 



GRADUATES 

OF THE 

University of Maryland, Dental Department 



Aiken, Albert A., Texas 1897 

Aiken, Davis, S. C 1890 

Armstrong, Robert E., Iowa 1900 

Arnold, Joseph Phillip, Texas 1900 

Aiken, Robert Whitney, Texas 1901 

Allen, Willis Ed., Md 1901 

Austin, Augustus Lyle, W. Va 1901 

Albright, Theodore W., N. Y 1884 

Amend, Emil, Germany 1886 

Albrecht, Julius, Germany 1887 

Aven, Chas. G., Va 1889 

Ayers, J. Maurice, N. C 1890 

Allwine, Harry W., Nebraska 1891 

Anderson, J. Perrin, S. 1891 

Alton, W. Wolsey, Canada 1892 

Anderson, Walter C, Va 1892 

Asbill Fletcher G., S. C 1892 

Arnold, Fred. Lovelander, K. 1 1893 

Avery, S. DeLeon, S. C 1893 

Arthur, Walter C, Pa 1895 

Ashbrook, Wm. B., Pa 1895 

Armstrong, H. T., N. Brunswick 1896 

Anderson, Fred S., N. Brunswick 1897 

Anderson, George J., Maine 1902 

Applewhite, Edgar Jarrett, Va 1897 

Ayers, Chas. E., Pa 1897 

Anderson, Wm. Ernest, S. C 1898 

Alexander, Clarence Taylor, Ga 1899 

Allison, Guthrie, Va 1900 

Allen, John Clarence, N. Y 1905 

Anderson, John Frederick. N. C 1909 

Archambault, Marius, R. 1 1905 

Allen, Herman R., Vt 1906 

Apple, Troy A., N. C 1907 

Apple, Robert Orman, N. C 1907 

Allen, Robert E., N. C 1908 

Allsworth, James D., N. Y 1908 

-Atchison, Herbert W., W. Va 1908 

Allaire, Albert I., Mass 1910 

Anders, Frank R., N. C 1910 

Ansley, Chas. D., Mass 1910 

Austin, Nathan E., N. Y 1910 

Barr, Geo. W., Canada 1902 

Bresnahan, Jno. Henry, N. Y 1900 

Bachman, Albert M. C, Md 1901 

Becker, Charles F., Pa 1902 

Bowen, Gilbert M., Canada 1901 

Bishop, Charles G., N. Y 1902 

Burkhalter, George W., Ga 1901 

Bragg, Lawrence Anderson. Va 1901 

Bragg, Kelly Ragland, Mo 1899 

Baldwin, J. Hardin. Ky 1883 

Banks, F. Austin, Mich 1883 

Breeden, Bartraw B., S. C 1884 

Bingham, Jas. B., S. C 1884 

Blubaugh (M.D.). Chas. B., W. Va 1884 

Bressler, Wilbur C, Pa 1884 

Boswell, Henry H., Md 1884 

Brown, Jno. H., Ohio 1884 

Butler (Jr.), Geo., N. J 1884 

Bailey, Madison A., S. C 1885 

Beadles, E. Payne, Va 1885 

Bradford, Henrv Clinton, Va 1885 

Brown, Claude D., Va 1885 

Baden, Frank A., Md 1886 

Basehore, Horace E., Pa 1886 

Brugeille, Emil, France 1886 

Bookhart, Thomas W., S. C 1886 

Bruce, Wm. W.. W. Va 1886 

Baker, Joseph Maben, Ark 1887 



Bemis, Alonzo Amasa, Mass 1887 

Blauvelt, Daniel B., N. Y 1887 

Boyajian, Garabed, Asia, Turkey 1887 

Brawner, Chas. J., Ga 1887 

Baer, Benj. F., Pa 1888 

Bates, Robt. A., Va 1888 

Bean, John A., Mass 1888 

Berry, Wm. C, Va 1888 

Blackiston (M.D.), Thos. C, W. Va 1888 

Blakeslee, Geo. W., N. Y 1888 

Burgess, Jno. H., S. C 1888 

Burkholder, Marshall O., Va 1888 

Badger, Aug. Pennington, Md 1889 

Bailey, Eugene Jas., S. C 1889 

Burbot, Victor Durand, S. C 1889 

Blair, Jos. Percy, Va 1889 

Beck, Frank, Pa 1889 

Berry, Jno. R., Va 1890 

Beachley, Wm. E., Md 1890 

Boswell (Jr.), Wm. C, Md 1890 

Breedlove, Chas. T., Ark 1890 

Brown (Jr.), Wm. Stephens, S. C 1890 

Byrd, Oscar Frank, Va 1890 

Bagley (M.D.), Henry C, Cal 1891 

Baldwin, Dennison Holmes, Va 1891 

Barr, Frederick A., Mont 1891 

Benjamin, James G., Mont 1891 

Blalock, Capers W., Fla 1891 

Booth, Jno. D., Canada 1891 

Boozer, J. Wm., S. C 1891 

Bowles, Aubrey R., Va 1891 

Bowlus, Emory M., Md 1891 

Bovette, Charles S., S. C 1891 

Boyle, Elvie S., Md 1891 

Brotherton, Samuel S., Iowa 1891 

Bruce, George L., Md 1891 

Barnitz, Dabney G., Va 1892 

Bayliss, Chas. F., N. Y 1892 

Beal, Jno. C. C, Md 1892 

Beville, Alexander J., Texas 1892 

Braendle, Samuel E., Canada 1892 

Byrd, Winfield S., Pa 1892 

Burke, Andrew S., Pa 1892 

Byers, W. Bolivar, S. C 1892 

Barr, Wm. H., Canada 1893 

Boozer, J. Edwin, S. C 1893 

Boyd, Samuel A., Cal 1893 

Byers, Samuel M., Pa 1893 

Blakeslee, Frank E., N. Y 1894 

Buchanan, Wilfred F., N. C 1 

Burfeind, Wm. H., Cal 1894 

Baker, H. Clagett, W. Va 1895 

Bartlett, Louis O., W. I., Cuba 1895 

Bowbeer, N. Grant, Canada 1895 

Blackwelder, Luther D., Pa 1895 

Bumgarner, Albert L., Pa 1895 

Baker. Wm. J., Pa 1896 

Bell, Mabrey B., Md 1896 

Best, Jno. Porcher, S. C 1896 

Bishop, Cornelius H., N. Y 1896 

Bliss, Barnet, Russia 1896 

Boozer (Jr.) (B.S.), D. L., S. C 1896 

Bressler, Geo. L., Pa 1896 

Brooks, George G. F., Cal 1896 

Brookes, Samuel O., Va 1896 

Baker, Aloert D., Md 1897 

Besore, J. Henrv, Md 1 897 

Bodine, Samuel D., Phila :189V 

Bovd, Walter G., Md 1897 

Breault, H. C. Raoul, Conn 1897 



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Bushong, John H., Va 1897 

Beall, Charles Evers, Vt 1898 

Brown, Fred. Holyoke, Vt 1898 

Buhtz, Martin, Germany 1898 

Borroughs, Edward Lee, Md 1898 

Baker, James Howell, N. C 1899 

Boyden, Malcolm C, N. C 1899 

Bragdon, Charles Jacob, Maine 1899 

Broecking, Amandus, Germany 1899 

Brooker, Pearson Du Bose, N. C 1899 

Brown, Samuel B., Md 1905 

Beesh, Walter G 1905 

Brown, Maughs Moys, Miss 1899 

Brown, Wm. Stanley, Md 1899 

Browne, Wilbur Fiske, Maine 1899 

Barras, J. D. Edouard, N. Y 1900 

Basehoar, Cutis Sheely, Pa 1900 

Bobbitt, Alex. M., N. C 1900 

Bourdier, John William, La 1900 

Brown, John Franklin, Md 1900 

Browning, John B., R. 1 1900 

Bucher, Jesse Claude, Va 1900 

Butts, Frank R., W. Va 1902 

Burt, Samuel S., N. Y 1900 

Bush, Wiley Latimer, Ga 1900 

Barber, Merrill Jason, Canada 1903 

Baskin, Eldridge, S. C 1903 

Bedinger, Albert F. G-, N. Y 1905 

Bell, A. Marvin, Canada 1903 

Blackburn, Frank G., Pa 1903 

Bumgarner, William D., Pa 1903 

Burns, William B. f Pa 1903 

Brown, J. Oscar, Pa 1904 

Berkhimer, Harry L., Pa 1904 

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Bowman, J. Calvin, Va 1904 

Brooks, Archie C, Pa 1904 

Brobst, Millard C, Ohio 1904 

Barton, Wm. J. F., N. Y 1905 

Blatt, Harry G., MJ 1905 

Brown, A. Stanley, Md. 1905 

Brown, Lewis Rogan, Arizona 1905 

Banks, Robert H., Va 1906 

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Brown, Herbert N., R. 1 1910 

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Campbell, H. Wood, Va 1899 

Covington (Jr.), Thos. S. D., Va 1899 

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Connally, W. Freeman, Ga 1896 

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Cooper, Webster H., N. C 1896 

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Charbonnel, E. A., Wash. State 1897 

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Davis, L. Wilson, Md 1888 

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Davis, Wray Wythe, Va 1890 

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Dunn, Harrison McKay, Neb 1900 

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Degenring, Adolph, N. J 1904 

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Finch, H. M., Conn 1911 

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Goebricher, David, Md 1889 

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Lewis, William Edward, Fla 1884 

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Watkins, L. LeRoy, Md 1903 

Watson, Eugene T.. W. Va 1903 

WTiitney, Ralph M.. Maine 1903 

Walker, Fred. P. W.. Mass 1904 

Wallace. James M., S. C 1904 

Wheeler, George G.. R. 1 1 904 

Willis, Jonathan R., Pa 1904 

Waltman, James E.. Md 1905 

Wareheim, Guernsev G.. Pa 1905 

Whisnant, Andrew J., N. C 1905 

Wells, Charles Jos.. Md 1905 

Welsh, John Edwards. S. C 1905 

Wood, Henry Fletcher, Va 1905 

Woodward, Henrv F.. W. Va 1905 

Watson, Samuel R., N. C 1908 

Williams, Rodger W., Md 1908 

Windheim. Arthur P., N. Y 1908 

Weinberg, David A., S. C 1909 

Whitfield, George E.. N. C 1909 

Williams, John H.. Md 1909 

Waters, Charles E., Md 1910 

Webb, Thomas D., N. C 1910 

Wilson. W. Pope, N. C 1910 

White, David C, La 1911 

Wingo (Jr.). Chas. E.. Md 1911 

Yacoubyan, Rev. V. K.. Egypt 1905 

Yelvington. Elzie J.. Fla 1909 

Youngs, Olin H., Conn 1911 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

N. E. Corner Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore, Md. 

The One Hundred and Fifth Course of Lectures Will 

Commence October 2nd, 1911. 



FACULTY. 

SAMUEL C. CHEW, M.D., LL.D., Emeritus Professor of Medicine. 

R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology. 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Surgery. 

L. E. NEALE, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Obstetrics. 

CHARLES W. MITCHELL, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Diseases of Children. 

THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D., Professor of Diseases of Women. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Clinical Surgery. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Physiology. 

ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D., Professor of Therapeutics and Surgical Pathology. 

JOSE L. H1RSH, M.D., Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology. 

HIRAM WOODS, M.D., Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear. 

J. W. HOLLAND, M.D., Associate Professor and Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

For Circulars and Further Information, Apply to 
R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D., Dean. 



I Tt-iS%r£k*»c7i-f %r f-frwot^i-f ol Southwest Corner Lombard and Greene Streets, 

university nospiiai, Baltimore, md. 

This institution, most/ pleasantly located, the capacity and comforts of which 
have undergone great development to meet the increasing demands of patients, is 
fitted up with all modern conveniences for the successful treatment of Medical and 
Surgical diseases. 

Its Medical Staff comprises the FACULTY OF THE UNIVERSITY, and the 
entire management of the institution having been delegated to trained nurses, so 
well known as the faithful and efficient attendants upon the sick, patients may rely 
upon enjoying the benefits of an Infirmary, as well as the comforts and privacy of 
a home, while seeking treatment for Medical Diseases and undergoing Surgical 
Operations. 

Special attention is called to the Lying-in Department of the Hospital, and the 
thorough privacy given to confinement. 

When persons are compelled to leave their country residences to seek profes- 
sional medical assistance in Baltimore, no institution offers greater facilities than 
the University Hospital, which presents, among other greater advantages, that of 
having six resident physicians, appointed by the Medical Faculty, all of whom are 
usually (two are always) in the building to carry out the instructions of the Pro- 
fessors. 
Board in Private Rooms, .$14 to $20 Per Week. Board in Wards, $7 Per Week. 

MEDICAL STAFF OF THE HOSPITAL. 

Attending Physicians. 
PROF. C. W. MITCHELL, M.D., PROF. J. E. GICHNER, M.D.. 

PROF. J. S. FULTON, M.D., PROF. J. M. CRAIGHILL, M.I).. 

PROF HAPPY ADLER, M.D., PROF. GORDON WILSON. M.D., 

PROF. J. C. HEMMETER, M.1>.. LL.D., PROF. C. W. MoELFRESH, M.D. 

A 1 tending Surgeons. 
PROF. It. WINSLOW, M.D., PROF. ST. CLAIR SPRUILL, M.D.. 

PROF. T. A. ASHBY, M.D.. PROF. FRANK MARTIN, M.D., 

PROF. .1 BOLMES SMITH. M.D., PROF. HIRAM WOODS. M.D.. 

PROF. .1. M. HUNDLEY, M.D. 
Fob Fi btheb Pabth i labs, Apply to the Superintendent. 

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DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, ANNAPOLIS, MD. 

St. John's College has entered Into an affiliation with the Schools of Medicine. 
Law, Dentistry and Pharmacy of the University of Maryland. 

The operation of these working relations is outlined as follows: 

First — Seniors in St. John's College may elect twelve requisite hours a week in 
the Law School of the University. The decree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of 
Science is conferred upon such students at the end of the' year. The Professional 
Degree may he reached in two years. 

Second — Students who have completed the Junior Year in St. John's College and 
who have made an approved choice of electives may. if they desire it. do the entire 
work of the Senior Year in the Medical School of the University. If they success 
fully complete the work of the first medical year they are graduated with their class 
with the degree of A. B. from St. John's College. 

By taking advantage of this privilege a man may complete the Undergraduate 
and Medical courses in seven years. 

During three of these years or until he has completed the work of the Junior 
("lass he is a resident student in St. John's College, and for four years he is a resi- 
dent in the Medical School in Baltimore. 

At the end of the fourth year he receives the A. B. Degree and at the end of the 
seven years the M. D. Degree, hut credit from Medical School cannot be accepted in 
subjects for which credit has already been given in the College of Liberal Arts. 



FACULTY. 

THOMAS FELL. M.A.. Ph.D.. LL.D.. I). CI President 

Professor of Moral Science. 
B. VERNON CECIL, M.A Vice-President 

(GRADUATE OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE) 

Professor of Chemistry and Phi/sic*. 
JOHN B. WHITE. M.A.. 

(GRADUATE OF GENEVA COLLEGE) 

Professor of Greek and Latin. 
BENJAMIN HARRISON WADDELL. M.A.. 

(GRADUATE OF WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY) 

Professor of Mathematics. 
C..W. STRYKER. B.A.. 

(GRADUATE OF UNION COLLEGE. NEW YORK) 

Professor of History find Political Economy. 

JOHN BROCKAWAY RIPPERE. B.A.. 

(graduate of wesleyan university) 

Professor of Latin. 

ROYAL J. DAVIS. B.A.. 

(graduate of harvard university) 

Professor of English Language and Literature, and Logic and Oratory. 

RONALD E. FISHER. U. S. A.. 

(lieutenant of the united states army) 

Professor of Military Seience and Tactics, and Lecturer on International and 

Constiutional Lair. 
BARTIS McGLONE. Ph.D.. 

(GRADUATE OF JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY) 

Professor of Bioloou and Botanu. 
EDWARD HINMAN SIRICH.#B.A.. 

(GRADUATE OF JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY) 

Professor of French and German. 
A. W. WOODSTOCK. Jr.. M.A.. 

(GRADUATE OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE ) 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 
HAROLD SCARBOROUGH. B.S.. 

(GRADUATE OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE) 

Instructor in Meehanieal Engineering and Drawing. 

THOMAS L. GLADDEN. 

Superintendent of the Preparatory School, and Instructor in English and Latin. 



LAW DEPARTMENT. 

FORTY=SECOND ANNUAL SESSION. 



THE BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. 

JUDGE HENRY D. HARLAN. Constitutional Law and Domestic Relations. 

J< >SEPH C. FRANCE, Esq.. Corporations. Pleading. Practice, Legal Ethics and Use 
Law Books. 

JUDGE HENRY STOCKBRIDGE. International Law. Public and Private; Conflict 
of Laws ; Executors and Administrators. 

El X4AR A. POE, Esq.. Bills and Notes. Sales. Suretyship. Personal Property and 
Bailments. 

W. CALVIN CHESNUT. Esq.. Criminal Law and Insurance. 

JUDGE JAMES P. GORTER. Judicial. Equity. Evidence and Damages. 

JUDGE JOHN C. ROSE. Jurisdiction and Procedure of the Federal Courts. Admir- 
alty. Bankruptcy, Patents, Trademarks. Copyrights and Unfair Competition. 

HERBERT T. TIFFANY. Esq.. The Law of Real Property. 

ELI FRANK. Esq.. Title to Real Property and Conveyancing. 

ALBERT C. RITCHIE. Esq.. Commercial Law. Shipping and Elementary Law. 

WILLIAM L. MARBURY. Esq.. The Law of Torts. 

CHARLES J. BONAPARTE, Esq.. The Law of Contracts. 

For Catalogue containing Full Information, Address 
HENRY D. HARLAN, Secretary of the Law Faculty, 

1061 Calvert Building, BALTIMORE, MD. 



DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY. 

Sixty=Eighth Annual Session of the Maryland College of Pharmacy 
will open September 25, 1911. 



FACULTY. 



WILLIAM SIMON. Ph.D.. 

Emeritus Professor of Chemistry. 

CHARLES CASPARL Jr.. Phar.D.. 

Professor of Theoretical and Applied Pharmacy, Dean of the Faculty 

DAVID M. R. CULBRETH. A.M.. Ph.G., M.D.. 

Professor of Materia Metlica. Botany and Pharmacognosy. - 

DANIEL BASE. Ph.D.. 

Professor of Chemistry and Vegetable Histology. 

HENRY P. HYNSON. Phar.D., 

Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 



ADJUNCT FACULTY. 

II. A. P.. DINNING. Phar.D.. 
Assn. iiate Professor of Chemistry. 

E!» FRANK KELLY. Phar.D., 

Associate Professor of Pharmacy. 

JAS. W. WESTCOTT. Ph.G., 

Associate Professor of Materia Medics and Pharmacognosy. 

• 'HAS. c. PLITT, Ph.G.. 
Associate Professor of Botany and Vegetable Histology. 
J, CARLTON WOLF, Phar.D., Demonstrator of Dispensing. 
JOEL .1. BARNETT. Phar.D., Demonstrator of Pharmacy. 
m:\KY B. Wh'H. Phar.D., Demonstrator of Chemistry. 



THIRTY-FIRST 

J* 5 $3 

ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT AND CATALOGUE 

of the 

DENTAL DEPARTMENT 

of the 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




Northeast Corner Lombard and Greene Streets 
BALTIMORE, MR 



SESSION 1912-1913 



Dental Practitioners and others desiring 1o receive the Annual Cata 

logue regularly, are requested to send their Names and 

Addresses to the Dean 



CALENDAR. 

THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL SESSION, 
1912. 



June 1 to September 30 — Daily Clinics in Dental Infirmary. 

October 1 — Regular Session begins. 

October 15 — Re-examination of Deficient Students and Examination for 

Advanced Standing. 
November 28 — Tlianksgiving Day, holiday. 
December 21 — Christmas Recess begins, 6 P. M. 



Christmas Recess. 
1913. 

January 3 — Lectures resumed, 9 A. M. 
February 22 — Holiday. 

April 15 (about) — Final Examinations begin. 

June 1 (about) — Commencement, Annual Meeting of Alumni Associa- 
tion. 



All communications for information relative to the DENTAL DEPART- 
MENT should be addressed to the Dean, T. O. Heatwole, M. D., D. D. S., 
Northeast Corner of Greene and Lombard Sts., Baltimore, Md. 



DEPARTMENTS 

OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND. 



THE UNIVERSITY is represented by five Departments, each having 
a distinct Faculty of Instruction. 

1st. The College of Libekal Arts at Annapolis, Md. St. John's 
College, Annapolis, Md., founded in 1696, has by affiliation become the 
Department of Arts and Sciences. The curriculum leads to the degree of 
Bachelor, or Master of Arts or Sciences. 

2d. The School of Medicine in Baltimore, Md. This School was 
established in Baltimore, Md., in 1807, and offers a high-grade course in 
medicine, extending over a period of four years, and leading to the degree 
of Doctor of Medicine. 

3d. The School of Law in Baltimore, Md. This School, founded in 
1812 and reorganized in 1869, is designed by means of a course of study 
covering three years to qualify its students for the degree of Bachelor of 
Laws and for an intelligent practice of the Law. 

4th. The Department of Dentistry was founded in 1882, and is 
designed to teach the art of dentistry as an integral part of the School of 
Medicine. The course of study leading to the degree of Doctor of Dental 
Surgery covers a period of three years. 

5th. The Department of Pharmacy was established in 1840 as the 
Maryland College of Pharmacy, and affiliated with the School of Medicine 
in 1904. The course of study covers two years, and leads to the degree of 
Doctor of Pharmacy. 



BOARD OF REGENTS 

OF THE 

University of Maryland. 



BERNARD CARTER, LL. D., Provost. 









F. J. S. GORGAS, M.D., D.D.S. 

R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D. 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, A.M.. M.D., LL.D. 

THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D. 

EDGAR H. GANS, LL.D. 

HON. J. WIRT RANDALL, LL.D. 

HON. HENRY D. HARLAN, LL.D. 

L. E. NEALE, M.D., LL.D. 

CHARLES W. MITCHELL, A.M., M.D. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, A.M., M.D. 

HON. JOHN C. ROSE. 

D. M. R. CULBRETH, Ph.G., M.D. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., PhD., LL.D. 

CHARLES CASPARI, Jr., Phar.D. 

DANIEL BASE, Ph.D. 

HENRY P. HYNSON, Phar.D. 

HON. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, LL.D. 

PHILEMON H. TUCK, Esq. 

THOMAS FELL, Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L. 

EDGAR A. POE, Esq. 

ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D. 

JOSEPH C. FRANCE, Esq. 

THE UNIVERSITY COUNCIL. 

The duty of this council is to formulate the scheme of studies to be pursued 
by students desiring both an academic and a professional, or scientific degree, 
and to act upon such other matters as may be brought before them. 
THE CHANCELLOR, 

HON PHILLIPS LEE GOLDSBOROUGH, 

Governor of Maryland. 
THE PRO-CHANCELLOR, 

HON BERNARD CARTER. LL.D. 
THE VICE-CHANCELLOR, 

THOMAS FELL, Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L. 

President of St. John's College. 
PROFESSORS B. V. CECIL, A.M., Sc.D., and C. W. STRYKER, A.M., 

For St. John's College. 
PROFESSORS R. DORSEY COALE, Ph. D., and 
RANDOLPH WINSLOW, A.M., M.D., LL.D., 

For School of Medicine. 
PROFESSORS HENRY D. HARLAN, LL. D., and W. T. BRANTLY, A.M., 

For School of Law. 
PROFESSOR T. O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S., 

For School of Dentistry. 
PROFESSOR CHARLES CASPARI, Jr., Phar.D., 

For School of Pharmacy. 



FACULTY OF THE DENTAL DEPARTMENT. 



T. O. HEATWOLE, Dean. 



FERDINAND J. S. GORGAS, A.M., M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Principles of Dental Science and Dental Prosthesis. 

R. DORSET COALE, A.M., Ph.D., 
Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, A.M., M.D., 
Professor of Anatomy. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D., 
Professor of Physiology. 

TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S., 
Professor of Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S.. 
Professor of Operative and Clinical Dentistry. 

B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S., 
Professor of Oral Hygiene and Dental History. 

ELDRIDGE BASKIN, M.D., D.D.S., 

Associate Professor of Clinical Dentistry and Orthodontia. 

J. S. GEISER, D.D.S., 
Associate Professor of Dental Prosthesis and Operative and Prosthetic Technics. 

J. W. HOLLAND, M.D. 
Associate Professor of Anatomy. 

L. WHITING FARINHOLT, D.D.S., 
Demonstrator of Crown-Bridge, Porcelain and Inlay Work. 

CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D.D.S., 

Instructor of Histology and Dental Anatomy. 

ROBERT P. BAY, M.D.. 
Instructor in Oral Surgery- 

HOWARD J. MALDEIS, M.D., 
Instructor of Bacteriology and Pathology. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Ph.G. 
Director of Chemical Laboratory. 

HERBERT F. GORGAS, D.D.S., 
Director of Dental Infirmary. 

WILLIAM A. RE A, D.D.S., 
Chief Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S.. 
Demonstrator of Prosthetic Dentistry. 

FRANCIS J. VALENTINE, A.M., D.D.S., 
Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

S. WHITEFORD MOORE, D.D.S., 
Demonstrator of Anaesthesia. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, JR., M.D., 

Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

GEORGE F. DEAN, D.D.S., 

E. FITZROY PHILLIPS, D.D.S., 

CHARLES A. SIIREEVE, D.D.S., 

Assistant. Dental Demonstrators. 



ANNOUNCEMENT. 

1912-1913 



The course of instruction in the Dental Department of the Uni- 
veksity of Maryland covers a period of three Sessions of seven montha 
each, exclusive of holidays, in separate years. 

The Thirty-first Regular Session will begin October 1, 1912, and 
continue until about May 15, 1913. Full attendance during this period 
is demanded in order to get advancement to higher classes. Class Exami- 
nations for the Session will be held in October, January, and April. 

This Department of the University of Maryland is a member, in good 
standing, of the National Association of Dental Faculties, and conforms 
to all the rules and regulations of that body. 

Being an integral part of the Faculty of Physics, the students of this 
Dental Department have the advantage of receiving joint instruction with 
the medical students on the subjects embraced in both courses. Such a 
scheme of curriculum provides for the establishment of fraternalism dur- 
ing the training period and should make it easier to maintain a proper 
ethical relationship in after actual practice. 

The many men of eminence in professional, civil and social life, gradu- 
ates of this institution, distributed throughout the civilized world will 
amply attest to the high standard and thorough training in vogue in the 
past, and no effort will be lost in an attempt to keep abreast of the devel- 
opment in the practical scientific advancement of the profession in the 
future. 

The Central Young Men's Christian Association maintains a Branch 
Association in the buildings of the University and students are eligible as 
active or as associate members, such membership procuring for them spe- 
cial privileges in the City Association. A Students' Bible Class has beer* 
in operation during the past fifteen years, resulting in the maintenance and 
promotion of Christian character and morality among the students. 

Aside from and independent of the Kegular Session, this institution main- 
tains a Spring and Summer Course, which follows immediately the termi- 
nation of each Regular Session and continues until October 1st. This 
Course is intended for practical work only; no credit for time thus put in 
is allowed toward graduation. The many advantages of the Spring and 
Summer Session for actual practice cannot be overestimated, as the number 
of patients applying for dental services is always very large and the Infirm- 
ary is never closed except on Sundays and other holidays. 

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REQUIREMENTS FOR MATRICULATION. 

The Requirements for Matriculation in the Dental Department of the 
University of Maryland are those established by rule of the Rational 
Association of Dental Faculties, of which body this institution is a member. 

(a) Applicants for matriculation, by presenting a High School diploma 
or certificate, may be admitted without examination. 

(b) Applicants presenting, from authorized and accredited institutions 
or from State Superintendents of Education or their deputized representa- 
tives in the State from which they come, certificates which attest the fact 
that the applicant has the equivalent of a high school or superior training, 
may be admitted without examination. 

(c) On the failure of applicants to meet either of the above conditions 
in full, they may be admitted to the first year's work conditioned on pre- 
liminary requirements and such conditions must be removed prior to being 
admitted to the work of the Junior Year. All such applicants are referred 
to the Official Examiner for the State of Maryland, Prof. E. Deichman, 
who will establish their standing and stipulate the subjects on which condi- 
tions are placed. 

(d) Applicants from the State of New York are required to show 
Regent's Academic Counts, as provided for in the rules and regulations 
of that State. 

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS. 

In order to receive credit for a full Session, each student must have 
entered and be in attendance not later than ten days after the beginning 
and remain until the close of the Regular Session, the dates for which have 
been announced in the Annual Catalogue. 

In case of sickness, attested by a physician's certificate, students may 
enter twenty days after the opening of the Regular Session. 

ADVANCED STANDING. 

Graduates from reputable and accredited medical colleges are admitted 
to the Junior Year and credits allowed on all subjects completed which are 
included in the Dental Course. 

Students from other recognized dental colleges will be given credit for 
all work completed in the institution from which they come. 

At the close of each Session, each student must pass a satisfactory 
examination on the several subjects of that year before he can be entered 
in the succeeding grade. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

The candidate for graduation must have attended three sessions of 
instruction in some recognized dental college, the last year of which must 
have been in this institution. 

He must have satisfied the requirements of each of the several instructors 
and proven himself proficient in the theory and practice of Dentistry. 

He must have attained the age of twenty-one years and be of good moral 
character. 

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Students may matriculate by mail by sending money order, or registered 
letter containing the amount of fee, $5.00, to Dr. T. O. Heatwole, Dean, 
Corner Greene and Lombard Sts., Baltimore, Md. 

FEES FOR EACH REGULAR WINTER COURSE. 

The Fees {with the exception of the Diploma Fee) must be paid as fol- 
lows: One-half on the entrance day, and the balance during the first week of 
the succeeding January; this rule must be strictly observed. 

Matriculation (paid once only), $5.00. Tuition fee, $150.00. Diploma 
fee, $30.00. Dissecting fee (paid once only), $10.00. 

(The Diploma Fee must be paid by the first of April of the year of grad- 
uation.) 

A special ticket is issued at the close of each session to every student of 
the first and second year classes, as an evidence that he has passed success- 
fully, or unsuccessfully, examinations for advancement to a higher grade, 
and also has attended a full session. 

No assessment is made on candidates for graduation, the University bear- 
ing all the expenses attending the Commencement Exercises. 

Dental students who have attended three full Sessions in the University 
are privileged to attend subsequent sessions on payment of the matriculation 
fee only. 

FEES FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER COURSES. 

The tuition fee for the Spring and Summer Course is $75, which must be 
paid by the first of June of each year, or on matriculation if the student 
enters later ; this amount will be deducted from fees of the next following 
Winter Session. 

NOTES. 

Laboratory and Infirmary lockers are assigned in order of matricula- 
tion. 

The Dean will advise parents or guardians of the progress being made 
and of the general conduct of students, when requested so to do. 

Students are required to provide themselves with such instruments as 
may be listed by the several instructors. 

Means are provided whereby students who are strangers in the city, by 
applying to the Dean's Office, may be suitably accommodated with lodg- 
ing, etc. 

A deposit is required of each Junior student, as a breakage fund, apply- 
ing to Chemical Laboratory Course. 

Each Department of the University publishes exclusively its own list of 
matriculates. 

The Dean will be found in his Office, in the Dental Building, corner 
Greene and Lombard Sts., at 2.30 P. M., each weekday. 



Course of Study — Summary. 



Freshman Year. 
Anatomy — Lectures, Demonstrations. 
Physiology — Lectures, Recitations. 
Chemistry — Lectures. 
Materia Medica — Lectures, Recitations. 
Operative Technics — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Prosthetic Technics — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Demonstrations, Laboratory. 
Practcial Anatomy — Demonstrations. 
Histology — Lectures, Laboratory. 

Junior Year. 
Anatomy — Lectures. 
Physiology — Lectures, Recitations. 
Chemistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics — Lectures, Recitations. 
Clinical Dentistry — Lectures, Demonstrations. 
Operative Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Prosthetic Dentistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Practical Prosthetic Dentistry — Demonstrations, Laboratory. 

Senior Year. 
Oral Surgery — Lectures, Recitations. 
Ba cteriology — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Pathology — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Orthodonti a — Lectures, Clinics. 
Operative Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Prosthetic Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Clinical Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Oral Hygiene — Lectures, Clinics. 
Dental History — Lectures. 



DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION. 



DENTAL PROSTHESIS. 

PROF. FERDINAND J. S. GORGAS, M.D., D.D.S. 

The course of instruction under this chair embraces a thorough treatise 
on the preparation and treatment of the mouth for artificial dentures; the 
art of securing perfect impressions of the parts to which substitutes are to 
be adjusted, together with a discussion of the materials and devices 
employed in the work; a comprehensive study of model construction and 
the materials used for same, this being supplemented with definite instruc- 
tion on modes of manipulation best calculated to give satisfactory results. 
Also, a thorough study of approved methods of constructing artificial 
dentures on the various bases, such as vulcanite, celluloid, gold and other 
plate metal, and continuous gum work, the properties and special adapta- 
bility of the several bases to particular cases being treated in a comprehen- 
sive manner. 

The teaching from this chair is done through didactic lectures, reviews, 
demonstrations and work on practical cases. 

CHEMISTRY AND METALLURGY. 
PROF. R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D. 

The aim of this course is to present to the student the most important 
facts and principles of Modern Chemistry in a plain but precise and scien- 
tific form. Special attention will be given to the mode of preparation, 
properties, etc., of the metals, alloys and the various compounds used in 
dental practice. 

The course of lectures will be fully illustrated by experiments, for which 
purpose the department is well supplied with apparatus. 

The didactic lecture course on Chemistry will be supplemented, during 
the Junior year, by laboratory experiments covering the work embraced 
in the theoretical teaching. The scope of work done is intended to make the 
subject practical and to afford opportunity to the student to prove for him- 
self the established laws of physical and chemical force, the affinity exist- 
ing between certain elements, and to give training in formula construction. 

ANATOMY. 

PROF. J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D. 
Anatomy will be taught in the most practical manner, not only by didac- 
tic lectures in the anatomical theatre, but by class demonstrations of oste- 
ology and syndesmology, under the supervision of an Associate Professor of 
Anatomy. The lectures on this fundamental branch of medicine and dental 
science will be amply illustrated with preparations, models, plates, draw- 
ings and dissected cadaver. Special reference will be made to the anatomy, 
microscopical and comparative, of the jaws, teeth, salivary glands and other 
organs and tissues contained within or accessory to the oral cavity. 

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The teaching of this branch is graded and covers a period of two Ses- 
sions. The instruction during the First Year is given by an Associate Pro- 
fessor, who also has charge of the Practical Anatomy, this calling for the 
complete dissection of the whole human cadaver. 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

PROF. JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

The instruction in this department is graded and consists of lectures, 
conferences, demonstrations upon living animals, and written exercises 
which are handed in by the student once every month. The Professor gives 
a number of questions selected in such a way that the proper answering of 
them requires that the student shall not only have paid close attention to the 
lectures and demonstrations, but must have read up very carefully in his 
textbook at home. These exercises are corrected by the Professor and the 
errors are discussed in the ckss room, when they are returned to the 
student. 

There are really two courses in Physiology — an elementary course for the 
first-year students and an advanced course for the second-year students. 
In the Physiological Laboratory the instruction will consist largely of 
experiments and observations made by the student himself. Students will 
be trained not to rest upon authority, but upon personal observation and 
individual analysis of the phenomenon of life. 

MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS. 

PROF. TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S. 

Two hours each week to each class are devoted to instruction in this 
branch. It is the aim to prepare the First Year students in the funda- 
mentals of Materia Medica, ground him well in symbols, special characters 
and definitions, the laws governing the action of drugs, preparations, their 
mode of manufacture, relative strengths and dosage, the English and 
Metric systems of weights and measures, together with many other special 
and important basic details. 

The Junior Year work embraces the grouping of drugs under their physi- 
ologic action and therapeutic uses, preparations and doses of individual 
drugs, their toxicology, with treatment by chemical and physiologic anti- 
dotes, and general and local anaesthesia. Special attention is given to a 
study of all agencies employed to correct pathologic conditions occurring 
about the mouth. 

OPERATIVE AND CLINICAL DENTISTRY. 

PROF. ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S. 

The course from this Chair will comprise thorough practical instruc- 
tion in all dental operations such as filling, extracting, crowning and regu- 
lating the teeth ; the filling of pulp canals ; the treatment of alveolar abscess, 
diseased pulps, etc. All proper methods for performing operations on the 
teeth and tissues involved will be demonstrated at regular clinics. The 
various forms and qualities of gold and other metals will be .carefully con- 
sidered, and the kind best suited for each particular case thoroughly 

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explained and practically demonstrated in operations known to the pro- 
fession. The advantages and disadvantages of each particular form of 
gold will be carefully scrutinized. The methods of manipulating cohesive 
and non-cohesive gold foils will be carefully taught, as a knowledge of the 
uses of both forms is absolutely essential to a complete dental education. 
All plastic materials for filling teeth, such as amalgam, cements, etc., and 
the mode of manipulation will receive careful attention. 

The Professor of this branch has an Associate who at stated periods gives 
practical clinics at the Chair to sections of the several classes. 

ORAL HYGIENE AND DENTAL HISTORY. 

PROF. B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S. 

The subject of Oral Hygiene is claiming special consideration at the 
present time. It embraces a treatise on the factors present in the mouth 
which produce disease of these parts and reflect their influence generally 
throughout the system. The study of this subject is presented by a course 
of lectures in the Third Year and includes the causes, results and treatment 
for the eradication of unhygienic and, therefore, dangerous conditions of 
the oral cavity. 

The course in Dental History, now regarded as a necessary part of the 
education of the Twentieth Century Oral specialist, will embrace an expo- 
sition of the subject, from the crude methods in the days of antiquity to 
the wonderfully scientific and exact methods of the time in. which we live. 

ORAL SURGERY. 

ROBERT P. BAY, M.D. 
The course of study on this branch is placed in the Senior Year, and 
consists of lectures on the etiology, pathology and treatment of all classes 
of tumors occurring in and about the mouth, face and head. Special clinics 
and demonstrations are given to the students of this department in the 
Hospital, which is located on the grounds of the University. The aim of 
this course is to familiarize the student with abnormal conditions incident 
to the field of his future operation and to thoroughly train him in the 
diagnosis of benign and malignant growths. 

HISTOLOGY. 

CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D.D.S. 

The Course in Histology is given in the First Year and is taught by 
both lectures and demonstrations in the laboratory. It is intended to 
familiarize the student with the minute anatomy of the various tissues and 
organs of the body. Students are trained in the proper use of the micro- 
scope and its accessories, and staining, mounting and properly manipulat- 
ing sections made for microscopic study. 

PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY. 

HOWARD J. MALDIES, M.D. 
In the Third Year, general and special Pathology and Bacteriology are 
taught by didactic lectures, recitations and demonstrations in the labora- 

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tory. Gross Pathology and Pathologic Histology are taught by personal 
demonstrations, the former embracing several hundred museum specimens. 

The course in Bacteriology includes practical technics and the study of 
special bacteria of the mouth. 

The laboratory is amply provided with microscopes and other necessary 
accessories for thorough teaching. The time devoted to both subjects will 
be three hours a week for the full seven months, the time being about 
equally divided between the two. 

ORTHODONTIA. 

PROF. ELDRIDGE BASKIN, M.D., D.D.S. 

The advancement of Dental Science has made this an important feature 
in the curriculum and in its consideration, special emphasis is laid on the 
knowledge of true or normal occlusion, the causes responsible for malocclu- 
sion and classification of same. Special attention is given to the phe- 
nomena of tooth movement and the various appliances required to correct 
malposed teeth. 

This branch also includes definite instruction on the harmony of facial 
Hues, the strong points in facial expression, and an explanation of the 
necessity and method of adapting forces to the maldeveloped parts, making 
them more nearly ideal. 

The teaching of Orthodontia is done by a course of lectures and demon- 
strations on models and practical cases obtained from the daily clinics. 

CROWN— BRIDGE— PORCELAIN. 

L. WHITING FARINHOLT, D.D.S. 

The teaching of this branch covers a graded course of three Sessions. All 
the various methods, appliances and materials employed in the work are 
minutely described by lectures delivered on the subject once each week. 
Demonstrations are also given and much time occupied in the supervision 
of experimental work assigned to students in the laboratory. The instructor 
of this branch assists in the practical work of this character being done in 
the Infirmary. 

Gold and porcelain inlay work, as well as baked porcelain crowns. and 
bridges, receive the attention their importance demands. 



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Department of Technics. 

PROSTHETIC LABORATORY. 

ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S. 

Under the supervision of a chief demonstrator and his assistants, each 
member of the Junior and Senior Classes is required to construct experi- 
mental and practical dentures on the various bases recommended in the 
theoretical course on Dental Prosthesis. Special attention is given to details 
in impression taking, model construction, tooth selection for individual 
cases, their artistic arrangement with an eye single to normal facial resto- 
ration, proper articulation and occlusion, swaging of metal bases and 
soldering. 

The instruction of this department is conducted on practical lines, which 
brings the teacher and pupil in personal contact. The facilities for carry- 
ing on the work are modern and complete, and every possible means pro- 
vided whereby a student may acquire proficiency in the art of substituting 
lost masticatory organs. 

PROSTHETIC TECHNICS. 

J. S. GEISER, D.D.S. 

Prosthetic Technics is taught during the first half of the First Session. 
The teaching is done by demonstrations and by personal supervision of 
vulcanite plate construction by the students, beginning with the partial set 
and leading up to the full denture. Each instrument and its use is 
explained and demonstrated. Likewise, all the materials employed in the 
process. At the close of the Course, a specimen piece is required from each 
student, upon which he is graded. 

OPERATIVE TECHNICS. 

J. S. GEISER, D.D.S. 

This instruction is given during the latter half of the First Year, and 
the purpose of it is to familiarize the student with the gross and minute 
anatomy of the natural teeth, to impart the essentials of cavity prepara- 
tion and to enable him to locate what are termed the pulp chamber and the 
root canals, to demonstrate the several cavity and canal filling materials, 
and to train the beginner in manipulation of instruments about the mouth. 

At the termination of the Course, each student is required to prepare a 
cavity and insert a cohesive gold filling, this being the basis of his grade 
for the work in this branch. 

INFIRMARY CLINIC. 

The Infirmary of the Dental Department of the University of Maryland 
is a large, commodious, thoroughly equipped room, 100 by 33 feet in 
dimensions, with ample window space to supply sufficient light for opera- 
tions in the mouth. 

This room is open to the general public every day, except Sundays and 
other holidays, from 1.30 to 6 P. M., and the many thousands of patients 
who present themselves during the Session supply abundant means for 

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practical experience to the students of the several classes. This has made 
of it one of the best clinics in the country. 

ANAESTHESIA AND EXTRACTING. 

Supplemental to the theoretical instruction given to the students on the 
subject of Anaesthesia through the Chair of Materia Medica and Therapeu- 
tics, special clinics and demonstrations are provided for and conducted in 
connection with the extracting room clinic. 

The many patients coming to this clinic each day give opportunity for 
practical experience and the development of skill in tooth extraction. 
Special attention is given to different cases by the demonstrator in charge, 
such as the extraction of impacted teeth, the skillful removal of roots with 
the least possible mutilation of surrounding parts, the proper methods for 
lancing abscesses, and other incidents accompanying extraction. 

PRACTICAL ANATOMY. 

The instruction given in this section is a part of the First Year Course. 
In accordance with a rule of the National Association of Dental Faculties, 
each student is required to dissect an upper and a lower extremity of the 
human subject, material for which is supplied by the University. The 
work is done during stated hours of each weekday, under the personal 
supervision of the Associate Professor of Anatomy and his assistants. 

HOSPITAL CLINICS. 

The advantages of the University Hospital, which is situated in the 
group of University buildings, are at all times open to the students of the 
Dental Department. All classes of operations are conducted in the special 
amphitheatre, which affords, through its peculiar arrangement, splendid 
opportunity for students to view the technique of the surgeon at his work. 
By attendance on these clinics, the students also gain practical information 
on the use of anaesthetics, both general and local, which are in daily use. 

TEXT-BOOKS. 

On Operative Dentistry: Johnson's or Kirk's Operative Dentistry, 
each $6.00. 

On Prosthetic Dentistry : Kichard's Mechanical Dentistry, $5.00 ; Tur- 
ner's Prosthetic Dentistry, $6.00. 

On Materia Medica and Therapeutics: Stevens', $3.50; Gorgas', $4.50; 
Buckley's, $2.50. 

On Physiology : Haliburton's or Kirke's, each $3.50. 

On Anatomy: Gray's, $6.00. 

On Chemistry : Simon's, $3.00 ; Remsen's, $1.25. 

On Normal Histology : Piersol's, $3.50, or Storh's, Hill's or Schaefer's. 

On Orthodontia (Senior Year) : Guilford's, Talbott's or Angle's, $5.00. 

On Bacteriology (Senior Year) : Abbott's, $2.75; McFarland's, $3.50. 

On Pathology (Senior Year) : McConnell's, $2.50. 

Oral Surgery : Marshall's, $5.00. 

Dental Anatomy and Histology: Bromell's, $4.50. 

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PHIZES. 

The following prizes were awarded to members of the Senior, Junior and 
Freshman Classes of this Dental Department for the Session of 1911-12 : 

The University Gold Medal for the Highest Grade at the Final Examina- 
tions — To Leslie Talmage Allen, of Canada. 

Honorable Mention for Second Highest Grade — Thomas Halliday 
Hoffman, of Pennsylvania. 

Roll of Honor (ten students of the Senior Class with highest standing 
in order named) — Leslie Talmage Allen, Thomas Halliday Hoff- 
man, Frederick Olmsted Moore, Wylie Isaac Smith, Herbert Thomas 
Grempler, William Henry Bond, Luke William Delaney, Don Allen 
Bernhardt, Meyer Everett Sinskey, Walter Herbert Clark, John 
Frederick Marshall Keighley. 



SENIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

The James H. Harris Gold Medal (for best Non-Cohesive Gold Filling) 
— H. T. Grempler. 

First Honorable Mention — D. T. B. Houston. 

Second Honorable Mention — R. H. Ellington. 

Prof. F. J. S. Gorgas Gold Medal (for best Cohesive Gold Filling) — 
T. H. Hoffman. 

First Honorable Mention — G. K. Patterson. 

Second Honorable Mention — J ."'A. Mc Clung. 

Prof. I. H. Davis Medal (for best Combination Gold Filling) — J. J. 
Hamlin. 

First Honorable Mention — F. J. Ellison. 

Second Honorable Mention — W. H. Clark. 

Prof. B. Merrill Hophinson Gold Medal (for best Oral Hygiene Ex- 
hibit) — G. K. Patterson. 

Honorable Mention — A. H. Burk. 

Gold Metal (for best Partial Upper Set of Teeth on Metal)— D. T. B. 
Houston. 

First Honorable Mention — J. A. Black. 

Second Honorable Mention — W. I. Smith. 

Gold Medal (for best Senior Class Crown and Bridge Work) — J. A. 
McClung. 

Honorable Mention — J. A. Black. 



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JUNIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

Prof. John C. Uhler Gold Medal (for best Combination Set of Teeth) — 
J. M. Smathers. 

First Honorable Mention — A. L. Strenge. 

Second Honorable Mention — Rafael Reineke. 

Charles R. Deeley Gold Medal (for best Junior Class Crown and Bridge 
Work)— H. R. Hege. 

First Honorable Mention — R. M. Farrell. 

Second Honorable Mention — N. L. Neidentohl. 

FRESHMAN CLASS PRIZES. 

Luther B. Benton Gold Medal (for best Vulcanite Set of Teeth) — L. "D. 
Bell. 

First Honorable Mention — A. H. Kendall. 

Second Honorable Mention — H. J. Hudson. 

Dr. L. W. Farinholt Gold Medal (for best Freshman Class Crown and 
Bridge Work) — Miss E. C. Carter. 

Honorable Mention — L. D. Bell. 

Dr. J. S. Geiser Gold Medals (for best Freshman Class Cohesive Gold 
Filling) — Miss E. C. Carter and S. S. Okugawa. 

Honorable Mention — L. D. Bell. 



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GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1912 



Leslie Talmage Allen Canada 

William Lubty Baugiieb Virginia 

Don Allen Bebnhabdt West Virginia 

Haery William Binder Maryland 

John Aloysius Black '. New Jersey 

Paul Hewitt Blanchaed Vermont 

D. T. Blatt Maryland 

William Heney Bond Georgia 

Haeold Ells wobth Bonney Virginia 

Aubbey Hoppeb Buek New Jersey 

John Osbobne Camp Connecticut 

Waltee Keebeet Claek New Hampshire 

Roy Ben Dawson West Virginia 

Luke William Delaney New Jersey 

Robebt Heney Ellington North Carolina 

Francis John Ellison Maryland 

Heney Edwabd Fitzpateick New Hampshire 

Dawson Young Flook Maryland 

Aethub Clay Foaed Maryland 

Isaac I. Ganzbueg Connecticut 

Hebeeet Thomas GbempLee Maryland 

Joseph John Hamlin North Carolina 

J. Feancis Healey New York 

Fbank Teump Hebe Maryland 

Robeet Lee Hicks South Carolina 

Thomas ITalliday Hoffman Pennsylvania 

David Thomas Bobthwick Houston New Jersey 

Hamilton Jeffeeson Georgia 

John Frederick Maeshall Keighley Rhode Island 

Feedebick Lee Kenna New Jersey 

Walteb Scott Kennedy New York 

Geobge Eaele Kieschneb Pennsylvania 

William Llewellyn Lloyd Maryland 

J ohn Alexandee McClung Virginia 

Joseph Maueice Mansib Maine 

Alfeed Eugene Maetin New Jersey 

Curtis Whitney Mebeill Rhode Island 

Feedebick Olmsted Moobe Vermont 

Miguel Montesinos Porto Rico 

Heney Foeman Oetel Maryland 

Lawbence Randolph Outten Delaware 

Geobge Keenodle Patterson North Carolina 

Berkeley Miller Pemberton Virginia 

Ralph Ray North Carolina 

John L. Remsen New Jersey 

Paul Salles Louisiana 

Carl Edward Schlieder New York 

Elton Ashby Sims Maryland 

Albeet James Sin ay Connecticut 

Meyee Eveeett Sinskey Maryland 

Wylie Isaac Smith New Jersey 

Minot Benton Stannaed New Jersey 

Joseph B. Steinbebg Maryland 

Heney Steeich Maryland 

James J. Sullivan New Hampshire 

LIeebebt Ambbose Theift Rhode Island 

Noeman Charles Thuelow Maine 

Cablos A. Walkeb Maryland 

Owings C. Woods South Carolina 

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CATALOGUE O F DENT AL STUDENTS 

SESSION 1911=1912. 

All of these Matriculates conformed to the requirements for Admission as 
Specified by the Annaul Catalogue for each year. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Allen, Leslie T Canada Dr. C. T. Campbell. 

Baugher, William L Virginia Dr. P. L. Harris. 

Bernhardt, Don A Pennsylvania Univ. of Md. 

Binder, W. H Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Black, John A New Jersey Dr. J. H. Kenna. 

Blatt, David P Maryland Dr. Katzoff. 

Blanchard, Paul Vermont Univ. of Md. 

Bond, William H Georgia Univ. of Md. 

Bonney, Harold E Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Burk, Aubrey O New Jersey Dr. A. G. Strickler. 

Camp, John O Connecticut Dr. T. A. Ralston. 

Clark, Walter H New Hampshire Dr. M. V. Wright. 

Dawson, R. Ben West Virginia Dr. J. B. Herbert. 

Delaney, Luke W New Jersey Univ. of Md. 

Ellington, Robert H North Carolina Dr. J. H. Ihrie. 

Ellison, Francis J Maryland Dr. W. Price. 

*Englar, M. S Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Fitzpatrick, Henry E New Hampshire Dr. J. J. Morgan. 

Flook, Dawson Y Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Foard, Arthur C Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Gansburg, Isaac Connecticut Dr. A. Gansburg. 

♦Gonzalves, S. P Brazil Univ. of Md. 

Grempler, H. T Maryland Dr. G. J. Grempler. 

Hamlin, Joseph J North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Healey, James F New York Univ. of Md. 

Herr, Frank Trump Maryland Dr. Luther Trump. 

Hickey, Theron J Pennsylvania Dr. J. W. Hickey. 

Hicks, Robert L South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Hoffman, Thomas H Pennsylvania Dr. C. S. Basehoar. 

Houston, David T. B New Jersey Univ. of Md. 

tHubbard, Noble T Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Jefferson, Hamilton Georgia Dr. Albert Jefferson. 

Keighley, J. F. M Rhode Island Dr. E. B. Keighley. 

Kenna. Frederick Lee New Jersey Dr. J. H. Kenna. 

tKeller, Herbert E New Jersey Dr. J. T. Lillis. 

Kirschner, Geo E Pennsylvania Univ. of Md. 

Kennedy, Walter Scott New York Dr. A. C. Ray. 

Lloyd, William L Maryland Univ. of Md. 

McClung, John A Virginia Dr. F. W. McCluer. 

Mansir, J. M Maine Univ. of Md. 

Martin, Alfred E New Jersey Dr. Wm. J. F. Martin. 

Merrill, C. Whitney Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

Moore, Fred O Vermont Dr. W. B. Fitch. 

Montesinos, Miguel Porto Rico Univ. of Md. 

Oriel, Henry P Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Outten, L. Randolph Delaware Univ. of Md, 

Pemberton, P.. M Virginia Dr. Deekens. 

Patterson, Geo. K North Carollno Dr. R. O. Apple. 

Bay, Ralph North Carol!"* Univ. of Md. 

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Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Remsen, John L New Jersey Univ. of Md. 

Salles, Paul Louisiana Dr. H. C. Salles. 

Schleider, Charles Edw . . . New York Dr. J. W. Schleider. 

Sims., Elton A Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Simms, Arthur J Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Sinay, Albert J Connecticut Dr. E. J. Jones. 

Sinskey, Mayer E Maryland Dr. H. L. Sinskey. 

Smith, Wylie I Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Stannard, Minot B New Jersey Dr. Chas. E. Dare. 

Steinberg, Joseph B Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Streich, Henry Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Sullivan, James J New Hampshire Univ. of Md. 

Thrift, Herbert A Rhode Island Dr. H. H. Flowers. 

Thurlow, Norman C Maine Dr. H. S. Bresnahan. 

Walker, Carlos A Maryland Dr. A. V. Huntsberry. 

Woods, Owings C South Carolina Dr. J. A. Palmer. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Arch, Alphonso Mexico Dr. Geo. E. Truitt. 

Barnard, Nathaniel West Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Bedenbangh, A. J South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Bixby, Clarence E Vermont Dr. W. L. Bixby. 

Black, Thomas, Jr South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Brockett, Raymond W Connecticut Dr. Marshall Peck. 

Brown, Leroy D Florida Univ. of Md. 

Bunch, George A., Jr South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Bunn, Percy A Massachusetts Dr. J. A. Daudelin. 

Carpenter, Elbert C New York Univ. of Md. 

Casey, Charles H Rhode Island Dr. Burgess Hayes. 

De Jongh, Juan J Cuba Dr. A. Sagebien. 

Dooley, Walter A New York Dr. F. L. Dooley. 

Dion, J. B. Walter Massachusetts Dr. Arthur Gravel. 

Farmer, Archer P North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Farrell, Roscoe M North Carolina Dr. R. H. Ellington. 

Fleishman, Joel Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

Fitzgerald, E. J Maine Dr. J. B. Ellis. 

Flynn, William Edw Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

♦Fradkin, Leon New Jersey Univ. of Md. 

Freischlag. Edward New York Dr. C. P. Freischlag. 

Getz, A. C Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Gilley, P. F. M Maine Univ. of Md. 

Goldberg, Louis Pennsylvania Univ. of Md. 

Goyco, Raymond J Porto Rico Univ. of Md. 

Greenberg, Jacob Maryland Dr. A. Grunberg. 

Hege, Harvey H North Carolina Dr. Phil. Horton. 

Herbin, William H North Carolina Dr. J. A. Roach. 

Holt, James W Massachusetts Dr. H. C. Breault. 

Hunter, William P Virginia Dr. H. M. Eckenrode. 

Hylton. William H Virginia Dr. J. M. Harman. 

Jenkins. Oliver L Maryland Dr. A. L. Bumgarner. 

Kibler, William L South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

King, Harry C Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Kinum, Albert G New York Univ. of Md. 

Krieger, Emanuel Maryland Univ. of Md. 

LeCron, Norman F Maryland Dr. S. L. LeCron. 

Mcintosh, William E South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

McMurray, Leroy South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Mainz, Leonard C New York Dr. Geo. Downey. 

fMiller, Frank W Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Moran, John J New Hampshire Dr. P. H. Moran. 

Newman, Roy R New York Dr. R. W. Jackman. 

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Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Niedentohl, Norman L. . . . Maryland Dr. D. E. Duff. 

O'Brien, Edward J Massachusetts Dr. Perout. 

O'Hearn, Leo Massachusetts Dr. M. W. Flynn. 

Plannells, Oscar A Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Pratt, Charles Benton, Jr. North Carolina Dr. J. A. Roach. 

Rankin, Ronald Y Canada Univ. of Md. 

Reineke, Rafael Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Riba, Oswaldo Cuba • Univ. of Md. 

Riba. Pedro Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Renehan, John L Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

Ross, John W Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Russell, A. Young North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Sartelle, R. Ray Virginia Dr. B. M. Rosgel. 

Scanlon, Joseph H Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

Segal, Abe Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Smith, R. B Pennsylvania Dr. F. B. Smith. 

Smathers, J. M Pennsylvania Univ. of Md. 

Strenge, Arthur L Massachusetts Dr. Geo. J. Andler. 

Tausey, John A New York Univ. of Md. 

Troxler, E. A North Carolina Dr. E. IT. Hopkins. 

Waller, D. F North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Ackrill, Frank H Connecticut Dr. B. C. Burgess. 

*Alf ord, Dallas L North Caroliua 

Bell, Leslie D Bermuda, B. W. I Watlington & Clark 

Boazman, F. E South Carolina Dr. W. O. Hoi Iowa v. 

Bundy, Willard C Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

Carter, Miss E. C Virginia Dr. C. W. Link. 

Carvalho, Joseph C Massachusetts Univ. of Md. 

*Clapp,Harry L Maryland 

Cocca, Salvador A San Domingo Univ. of Md. 

Cooley, Jacob Massachusetts Dr. J. M. Cornell. 

Dunn, Morris Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

Fahey, M. J Maryland Dr. Eugene Watson. 

Fajardo, Armado Cuba Dr. H. A. Infante. 

Fitzgerald, John D Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

Foley, Harold Massachusetts Dr. J. F. Sheeham 

Gibbs, Wallace D .North Carolina Dr. A. S. WeUs. 

Goldstrom, Lewis, Jr Maryland Dr. J. S. McCIees. 

Groves, Mike South Carolina Dr. J. E. Molonv. 

Guard, Benj. A Virginia Dr. W. C. Shirley. 

Guerra, M. G Massachusetts Univ. of Md. 

Hachman, Elmer E Maryland Dr. H. T. Robinson. 

Hammet, B. J., Jr South Carolina Dr. B. H. Teague. 

Highkin, David S Maryland Dr. E. Nordin. 

Hoy, Joseph F Massachusetts Dr. H. C. R. Breault. 

Hyde, H. E West Virginia Dr. A. B. Rees. 

Harbaugh, Dalton L Maryland Dr. S. L. LeCron. 

Hays, R. S Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Hudson, Henry J Australia Univ. of Md. 

Kendall, Albert II Georgia Dr. S. J. Carter. 

♦Laffin, Frank P Maine 

Lasch, Henry Connecticut Dr. R. E. Beardsley. 

f Larbalestier, E. R. S Australia 

Lewis, Herbert F New Hampshire Univ. of Md. 

Mendelsohn, A Maryland Dr. Samuel Roth. 

Miller, Chester Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Mitchell, Joseph S Massachusetts Univ. of Md. 

♦Monserrat, Jose Porto Rico 

Odio, Ulises Cuba Univ. of Md. 

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Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Okugawa, S. S Japan Dr. M. O. Sipes. 

Olive, R. M North Carolina Dr. P. W. Olive. 

O'Neil, Thomas F Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

O'Neil, Win. F Vermont Univ. of Md. 

♦Powell, Miss Irene Pennsylvania 

Phelan, Henry T Rhode Island Dr. J. P. Massicotte. 

Piefer, Henry J New York Univ. of Md. 

Quitt, Solomon Maryland Dr. William Quitt 

Richards, W. It Maryland DivW. Jones. 

Roca. Vincente Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Robinson, J. ii West Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Ruppersberger, Charles Maryland Dr. W. T. Voigt. 

Saavadra, Henri Dutch Guiana [Jniv. of Md. 

♦Shapiro, Mrs. Anna New York 

♦Shapiro, Jaul New York 

Sheehan, John P New York .Dr. M. E. Williams. 

Summerfield, J. H Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Taylor, W. C North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Wells. B. Sargent '. West Virginia Dr. Wm. J. Koeis. 

Worsham, A. Earle North Carolina Dr. L. T. Smith. 

♦Yoshida, H. K Japan 

Yost, Edwin C Virginia Dr. B. M. RozeL 

♦Did not attend session, 
f Attended part of session. 



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GRADUATES 

OF THE 

University of Maryland, Dental Department. 



Aiken, D., S. C 1890 

Aiken, A. A., Texas 1897 

Aiken, R. W., Texas 1901 

Albrecht, J., Germany 1887 

Albright, T. W., New York.. 1884 
Allaire, A. J., Massachusetts. . 1910 

Alexander, C. T., Georgia 1899 

Allen, L. T., Canada 1912 

Allen, W. Ed., Maryland 1901 

Allen, J. C, New York 1905 

Allen, H. Roy, Vermont 1906 

Allen, Robt. E., North Car.... 1908 

Allison, G., Virginia 1900 

Allwine, Harry W., Nebraska. .1891 
Allworth, Jas. D., New York. .1908 
Alton, W. Wolsley, Canada. .. 1892 

Amend, Emil, Germany 1886 

Anderson, J. P., South Car 1891 

Anderson, W. C, Virginia. . . .1892 
Anderson, Fred S., Canada. . . .1897 
Anderson, W. E., South Car. ..1898 

Anderson, Geo. J., Maine 1902 

Anderson, J. F., North Car.. . .1909 

Anders, F. R., North Car 1910 

Ansley, C. D., Massachusetts. . 1910 
Apple, Robt. O., North Car.. . .1907 
Apple, Troy A., North Car.... 1907 
Applewhite, E. J., Virginia. .. 1907 
Archambault, M., Rhode Id.. . .1905 
Armstrong, H. T., Canada. . . .1896 
Armstrong Robt. E., Iowa. . . .1900 
Arnold, F. L., Rhode Island.. 1893 

Arnold, Jos. P., Texas 1900 

Arthur, Walter C, Penna 1895 

Asbill, F. G., South Carolina. .1892 

Ashbrook, Wm. B., Penna 1895 

Atchison, H. W., West Va 1908 

Austin, Aug. L., West Va 1901 

Austin, N. E., New York 1910 

Aven, Chas. G., Virginia 1889 

Avery, S. De L., South Car 1893 

Ayer, J. M., North Carolina. . 1890 

Ayers, Charles E., Penna 1897 

Bachman, A. M. C, Maryland. 1901 
Bachman, E. H., Maryland. .. 1909 
Baden, Frank A., Maryland. . .1886 
Badger, Aug. P., Maryland. . . .1889 

Baer, Benj. F., Penna 1888 

Bagby, H. C, M. D., Calif. ... 1891 

Bailey, M. A., South Car 1885 

Bailey, E. J., South Car 1889 

Baker, Jos. Maben, Arkansas. .1887 
Baker, H. Clagett, West Va. ..1895 
Baker, Albert D., Maryland. .. 1897 

Baker, Jas. H., North Car 1899 

Baker, Wm. J., Penna 1896 

Baker, Luther P., North Car. .1907 
Baldwin, J. H., Kentucky .... 1883 
Baldwin, D. H., Virginia. ... 1891 

Banks, F. A., Michigan 1883 

Banks, Robert H., Virginia. .. 1906 

Barber, M. J., Canada 1903 

Barbot, V. D., South Car 1889 

Barnitz, Dabney G., Virginia. .1892 
Barr, Fredk. A., Montana. . . .1891 

Barr, Wm. H., Canada 1893 

Barr, George W., Canada 1902 

Barras, J. D. E., New York. . .1900 



Bartlett, Luis O., Cuba 1895 

Barton, W. J. F., New York. .1905 

Basehoar, C. S., Penna 1900 

Basehoar, L. M., Penna 1911 

Basehore, Horace E., Penna.. .1886 
Bass, Chas. DeL., North Car.. 1910 
Baskin, Eldridge, South Car.. 1903 

Bates, Robt. A., Virginia 1888 

Baugher, Wm. L., Virginia. . .1912 
Baylis, Chas. F., New York. . .1892 
Beachley, Wm. E., Maryland. .1890 
Beadles, E. Payson, Virginia. .1885 

Beall, Chas. E., Virginia 1898 

Bean, J. H., Massachusetts... . 1888 
Beale, John C. C, Maryland. . 1892 
Beck, Frank, Pennsylvania. . . .1889 
Becker, Charles F., Penna.. .. 1902 
Bedinger, A. F. G., New York. .1903 

Belcher, L. L., West Va 1908 

Bell, Mabrey B., Maryland. . . .1896 

Bell, A. Marvin, Canada 1903 

Bemis, A. A., Massachusetts. .. 1887 
Benjamin, Jas. G., Montana. ..1891 

Best, John P., South Car 1896 

Besore, J. Henry, Maryland. . .1897 
Bereston, Arthur, Maryland. .. 1909 

Berkhimer, H. L., Penn 1904 

Bernhardt, D. A., Penna 1912 

Berry, Wm. C, Virginia 1888 

Berry, John R., Virginia 1890 

Berryhill, A. M., North Car... 1907 

Beville, Alex. J., Texas 1892 

Bigham, Jas. B., South Car... 1884 
Binder, Harry W., Maryland. .1912 
Birdsall, Chas. C, New York. .1901 
Bishop, C. H., New York.... 1896 
Bishop Chas. G., New York. . .1902 
Black, John A., New Jersey.. 1912 
Blackiston, T. C, West Va...l888 
Blackwelder, L. D., Penna.. .. 1895 
Blackburn, Frank G., Penna.. .1903 

Blair, Jos. P., Virginia 1889 

Blaisdell, H. W., New Hamp.,1910 
Blakeslee, G. W., New York.. 1888 
Blakeslee, F. E., New York. . .1894 
Blalock, Capers W., Florida. . .1891 
Blanchard, P. H„ Vermont. .. 1912 

Blatt, D. F., Maryland 1912 

Blatt, Harry G., Maryland. . . .1905 

Bliss, Barnet, Russia 1896 

Blauvelt, D. B., New York 1887 

Blubaugh, C. B., M.D., W.Va,..1884 

Bobbitt, A. M., North Car 1900 

Bodine, S. D., Penna 1897 

Bohnson, John C, Maine 1904 

Bond, Wm. H., Georgia 1912 

Bonney, Harold E., Virginia. . 1912 
Bonnoitt, L. W., Virginia. ... 1911 
Bookhart, T. W., South Car... 1886 
Boswell, Henry H., Maryland. 1884 
Boswell, W. C, Jr., Maryland. .1890 

Booth, John D., Canada 1891 

Boozer, J. W., A.B., S. Car... 1891 
Boozer, J. Edwin, South Car... 1893 
Boozer, D. L., Jr. (B.S.), S.C., 1896 
Bonrdier, J. W., Louisiana. . .1900 
Bowbeer, N. Grant, Canada. . .1895 
Bowen. Gilbert M., Canada. .. 1901 

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Bowker, A. J., New Jersey. . . .IS 
Bowles, Aubrey R., Virginia.. 18 
Bowlus, Emory M., Maryland.. 18 
Bowman, John C, Virginia. .. 19 
Boyd, Samuel A., California. . .18 
Boyd, Walter G., Maryland. . .18 

Boyden, M. C, North Car 18 

Boyette, C. S., North Car 18 

Boyle, T. L., New York 19 

Boyle, Elvie S., Maryland 18 

Boyajian, Garabed, Turkey... 18 
Braendle, S. E., Pennsylvania. 18 

Bragdon, Chas. J., Maine 18 

Bragg, K. R., Missouri 18 

Bragg, Laurence A., Virginia. .19 
Bratton, Daniel, Maryland. .. .IS 

Bradford, H. C, Virginia 18 

Brawner, Chas. J., Georgia... 18 
Breault, H. C. Raoul, Conn. ...18 

Breeden, B. B., South Car 18 

Bressler, W. C, Penna 18 

Bressler, Geo. L., Penna 18 

Bresnahan, John H., Maine... 19 

Briggs, E. Fred., Maine 19 

Brobst, Millard C, Ohio 19 

Broecking, A., Germany 18 

Brook, Geo. G. F., California. .18 

Brookes, S. O., Virginia 18 

Brooker, P. DuB., South Car.. 18 
Brooks, Archie C, New York. .19 
Brotherton, Sam. S., Iowa.... 18 
Brown, Claude D., Virginia. ..18 
Brown, Wm. S., Jr., S. Car... 18 
Browne, Wilbur F., Maine. . . .18 
Brown, Fred. H., Vermont... 18 
Brown, M. M., Mississippi. . . .18 
Brown, Wm. S., Maryland. . . .18 
Brown, John F., Maryland. . . .19 

Brown, John H., Ohio 18 

Brown, A. Stanley, Maryland. .19 
Brown, Lewis R., Arizona. . . .19 
Brown, Samuel B., Maryland. .19 
Brown, H. N., Rhode Island.. 19 
Brown, J. O., Pennsylvania. . .19 
Browning, J. B., Rhode Isl...l9 

Bruce, Wm. W., West Va 18 

Bruce, George L., Maryland.. 18 
Bruce, Wallace B., Maryland. .19 

Brugeille, Emile, France 18 

Bucher, Jesse C, Virginia. . . .19 
Buchannan, W. F., North C...19 
Buhrman, Roy A., Maryland.. 19 

Buhtz, Martin, Germany 18 

Bumgerner, A. L., Penna 18 

Bumgarner, Wm. D., Penna. ..19 
Burckhalter, G. W., Georgia.. 19 
Burfeind, Wm. M. H., Calif... 18 
Burd, W. S., Pennsylvania. . .18 
Bur-oss, B. C, Connecticut. . .19 

Burgess, J. H., South Car 18 

Burk. A. H., New Jersey. ...10 
Burke, A. S., Pennsylvania. .. 18 
Burkholder, M. O., Virginia.. 18 
Burns, H. McK., Connecticut. .19 
Burns, Wm. B., Pennsylvania. . 19 
Burroughs, E. Lee, Maryland. .18 

Burrows, R., Connecticut 19 

Bush, W. G., New York 19 



ush, Wiley L., Georgia 1900 Cottingham, W. J., South Car.. 1902 Dotterer, Thos., South Car.... 1894 

ushong, John H., Virginia. ..1897 Couret, J. S., Louisiana 1896 Dorset, Wm.E., Virginia 1885 

art, Samuel S., New York.. 1900 Courtney, C. H., North Car... 1908 5 oud ! Cha ?; F "' New York 1910 

urton, Hugh J., Maryland. .. 1907 Courtney, Wm. F., Conn 1911 Doug ass, H. E, New York... 1887 

urton, Q. A., Delaware 1906 Covington, T. S. D., Jr., Va...l889 Doug ass, R. W., West Va....l900 

utler, Geo. N., Brazil 1908 Cramer, Abraham, Maryland. .1907 Douglass, E. G., New York... 1906 

uttler, G., Jr., New Jersey.. 1884 Craig, St. G. T., Kentucky 1890 Douglass, S. E., North Car.... 1907 

utts, F. R., West Virginia. .1902 Creet, Wm. D., New York 1907 Downey, Geo. C, Mass 1910 

vers, W. Bolivar, South Car. .1892 Criswell, J. Calvin, Penna. . . . 1895 Doyle, Bert E., New York 1904 

vers, S. M., Pennsylvania. .. 1893 Crowell, Fred. J., New H 1887 Dreher, Geo. C, New Jersey.. 1910 

rrd, Oscar Frank, Virginia. .1890 Cross, T. A., West Virginia. .. 1888 Dressel, Leonard, Maryland. . .1900 

ryner, L. G., Pennsylvania. .1909 Crothers, Arthur B., Penna... 1902 Drummond, R. J., South Car.. 1910 

ihill, W. D. Y., Virginia 1909 Crowe, Emory W., Maryland. .1904 Duff, James L., Canada 1897 

illaway, Chas. L., West Va.. . 1908 Crews, Robert W., North C...1911 Duff, D. E., South Carolina. . 1902 

illaway, S. M., West Va 1910 Crumrine, Russell E., Penna.. 1901 Dula, A. M., North Carolina. .1905 

imbo, Lucas Angel, Cuba... 1911 Cuny, A. A. T. W., Germany .. 1889 Dunn, H. McK., Nebraska. .. 1900 

imeron, M. D., New York... 1904 Curtis, J. W., New Jersey .... 1883 Dunne, Jos. H., Mass 1905 

imp, J. O., Connecticut 1912 Culliney, Miles M., Conn 1907 Durlmg A. D., Canada 1909 

impbell, Paul, New York 1883 Cutchin, Rich. S., N. Car 1905 Earle, Wnr, South Carolina. .1891 

impbell, Oscar J., Virginia. . 1886 Cutting, Almond J., Mass 1884 Earle, B. D., South Carolina. . 1894 

impbell, H. Wood, Virginia. .1889 Dailev, W. B. (B.Ph.), Ohio.. 1899 Early, E. A., South Carolina. . 1903 

impbell, Walter W., Mass.. . .1910 Daniel, Henry C, North Car.. .1894 Early, Jas. B., Virginia 1906 

iraballo, C. J., Phar.D.,Cuba, 1909 Daniel, Samuel S., South Car.. 1888 Earman, J. S., Virginia 1900 

irlisle, J. P., South Car 1885 Daly, Claude S., New York... 1898 Easterday, C. M., Maryland. . 1902 

irlton. J. W., North Car 1899 Darden, Percv J., North Car.. 1908 Eastman, Howard, Maryland. . 1896 

irlton, J. DeL., North Car.. .1904 Dare, C. E., New Jersey 1904 Eckenrode, H. M., Virginia. . .1901 

irlton, F. D., North Car 1907 Dashiell, E. B., Maryland 1883 Edgell, F. P., Maryland 1905 

irpenter, B. J., New York.. 1898 Daudelin, Jos. A., Mass 1909 Edgers, Eben B., Vermont. .. 1892 

irriere, Joseph N., Mass 1902 Davis, Isaac H., Maryland 1884 Edwards, L. M., North Car... 1907 

irroll, Norwood G., North C..1893 Davis, L. Wilson, Maryland. . .1888 Edmonds, B. B., Virginia 1909 

irroll, Willie S., Virginia 1902 Davis, E. D., West Virginia. . .1889 Eichholts, Robt. W., Penna.. .1892 

issard, Stuart, Maryland. ... 1890 Davis, Wray W., Virginia. ... 1890 Eiker, J. T., District of Col... 1887 

irter, Sanford J., Georgia. . .1909 Davis, Henry W., Virginia. .. 1893 Elgin, J Benj., Maryland 1902 

irter, Joseph W., Missouri. .. 1885 Davis, W. L., California 1893 Ellett, Chas. A., Virginia 1903 

irter, Wm. J., Georgia 1895 Davis, C. A., Wisconsin 1894 Ellington, R. H., North Car... 1912 

ivers, Wm. W., New York.. 1895 Davis, Daniel K., South Car... 1901 Elliott, Wm. K., Virginia 1901 

lafee, Aug. H., South Car... 1886 Davis, Henry E., Virginia 1904 Ellis, Pearl L., Vermont 1889 

lase, Henry E., Mass 1887 Davis, Ernest Lee, Maryland. .1905 Ellis, John J., South Car 1896 

lamblin, John A., Florida. .. 1908 Davis, Horace M., Maryland. . 1905 Ellison, E. L., West Virginia. .1904 

lampagne, A. C, New York. .1908 Davis, J. Vernon, North Car.. .1909 Ellison, Francis J., Maryland. .1912 

lapman, Halle F., Kansas. . .1898 Davis, Richard W., Georgia. . 1910 Emerson, Jos. G., Brazil 1886 

larron, W. Arthur, Mass 1909 Davis, H. (M.D.), Missouri. . 1889 Emerson, L. T., Brazil 1890 

larbonnel, E. A., Wash 1897 Davidson, W. L., South Car... 1910 Engelskircher, E. M., New H..1900 

largin, Marcus, Russia 1896 Davenport, A., North Carolina. 1910 Epes, Travis F., Virginia 1907 

lerry, H. A., New York 1905 Dawson, E. B., New York. . . .1898 Etchison, Bates, Maryland. . . .1905 

lew, Charles E., Maryland. . 1904 Dawson, Roy B., West. Va 1912 Etheredge, E. J., South Car.. 1896 

lessrown, F. Wayne, Penna.. 1891 Dean, J. W., West Virginia. . 1888 Evans, R. D., South Wales... 1884 

lisholm, John J., Alabama.. . 1887 Dean, S. P., Maryland 1900 Evans, E. T., Illinois 1900 

lisholm, Jas. C, Alabama. .. 1894 Dean, Geo. F., West Virginia. .1905 Everhart, D. G., Maryland. .. 1910 

lisholm, Wm. W., Georgia. . .1901 DeConti, A., Rhode Island 1910 Ewald, Will H., Virginia 1891 

on, Ben.i. B., New York 1904 Deekens, W. F., Virginia 1892 Ewig, Louis, Switzerland 1892 

aggett, Thos. J., Maryland. .1911 Deekens, A. V., Maryland 1898 Ewing, Jas. E., Nebraska 1901 

ark, M. H. Pettway, N. C...1891 Demms, J. H., Jr., Maryland. . 1892 Eyler, Clayton C, Penna 1898 

ark, Eugene F., New York.. 1898 Deichman, Geo. L., Maryland. . 1891 Fahrney, W. B., Virginia 1898 

ark, W. H., New Hamp....l912 DeFernelmont, E., Belgium. . .1903 Fajardo, H. A. I., Cuba 1910 

ine, F. J., Virginia 1899 Degenring. A., New Jersey. . . .1904 Palcao, A. deA., Brazil 1910 

)bean, George C, Penna 1902 Degnan, Wm. M., Conn..*. . . . .1907 Palls, P. R., North Carolina. .1899 

ickrill, Robt. B., Montana.. . 1896 Delamer, D. R., Penna 1883 Parinholt, Leroy W., Virginia. 1898 

)chrane, Oran L., California. 1905 Delaney, L. W.. New Jersey. .. 1912 Farley, A. Paul, Connecticut. . 1897 

iffman, Clifton S., West Va,.1906 Dennis, Wm. W., Georgia. ... 1892 Parmer, Wm. W., Virginia. .. 1893 

illins, Wm. H., Virginia. ... 1890 Dennis, G. E.. North Car 1905 Farnsworth, A. W., Vermont. . 1900 

>llins, C. E., Maryland 1897 Denton, N. W., Virginia 1883 Parris, C. Dixie, Georgia 1S92 

)lvin, Ronald B., Penna. ... 1902 De Pass, A. R., South Car. ..1902 Paucette, J. W., North Car... 1897 

)lvin, Daniel C, Penna 1906 De Pass, S. C. Jamaica 1902 Faulkner, Geo. McC, Penna.. 1887 

>mbs, Robert L., Texas 1896 Dial, Richard T., South Car.. .1905 Peamster, J. H., West Va 1903 

>mbs, Warren S. P., Dela.. . .1906 Diaz. A. L. C, Porto Rico. . . .1910 Feild, Wm. M., Virginia 1891 

miegvs, Thos. M., Tenn 1885 Diehl, John S., Penna 1886 Feldmeyer, Geo. T., Maryland. 1888 

jmegys, John M., Tenn 1884 Diehl. Ervin J.. Penna 1903 Peldstein, S. M. (M.D.),N.Y.. 1911 

mger, LeRoy J., Canada. . . .1898 Diddle, John H.. West Va 1892 Felker, Charles, New York. . ..1890 

>nklin, F. G., New York.... 1883 Dipffenderfer, Wm. E. (M.D.), Felix, Achilles F., Mass 1903 

mnally, W. F., Georgia 1896 District of Columbia .1888 Felix, Arthur M., Mass 1904 

jnnor, Wm. H., New Jersey. .1891 Diffenderfer, S. D., Penna 1894 Ferguson, W. C. Y., Canada. .1887 

jnrad, T. E., Louisiana 1900 Dill, Arthur A., Canada 1906 Fillmore, W. A., California .. 1899 

jnyers, W. T., Bermuda. ... 1903 D-mock, W. E., Canada 1905 Filter, Claus H., Germany 1884 

soke, Frank J., Texas 1885 Diniian, Manoog D.. Turkey. .1888 Fenn, Henry J., New York. . .1890 

soke, Ernest J., Panama 1898 Dobbin, Arthur H. New York.. 1909 Pinch, H. M., Connecticut. . . .1911 

aoper, W. H., North Car. ...1896 Dobson, Fred. W.. Canada. .. .1904 Finnegan, Eugene, New York. 1897 

aoper, Francis M., Missouri. .1902 Dobson, Wm. E.. New York.. 1892 Firey, Edgar A., Maryland. .. 1904 

Dpp, George V., Virginia. .. .1884 Dodson, E. R. CM.D.). Md....l8F9 Fish, Wm. L., New Jersey .. .1889 

app, Benj. F., Virginia 1895 Dodson, R. Dflamer, Penna.. .1883 Fischer, G. J. U., Jr., N. J.. . .1901 

opeland, Jas. R., South Car.. 1899 Dommptt, H. W., New York. . .1894 Fitch, Perry M.. New York. . .1903 

opelan, Moses C, Virginia. .. 1906 Donnelly J. G.. New Jersey. .1911 Pitzpatrick, H. E., New H....1912 

Dpenhaver, E. M., Virginia. . .1892 Dorchester. W. E., New York. .1884 Fitzgerald. J. E.. Maryland. . .1888 

Drnell, Julius M.. Conn 1909 Doremus. \T. L., France 1892 Fleming, Milton S., Louisiana. 1893 

Drreoso, P. N., Jamaica 1902 Dorman. R. O., New York. ... 1904 Fleming, J. M., Jr., N. Car... 1895 

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Flood, John A., New Hamp...l904 Graham Fredk. R., Canada. . .1905 Hegner, J. S., Switzerland 18J 

Flood, P. H. A., New Hamp.,1906 Graham, Chas. C, Texas 1890 Heisler, Charles F., Penna 18$ 

Flook, Dawson Y., Maryland. .1912 Grant, Wm. W., West Va 1909 Heuisler, J. G., Maryland 18? 

Flowers, Henry H., Maryland. 1910 Graves, J. Wm., Missouri. .. .1890 Heffelbower, J. E. M., Texas. .18£ 

Flynn, Frank H., Maine 1910 Gravel, Arthur H., Mass 1909 Helm, John W., Maryland 18* 

Findon, John W., Maryland. .1905 Gray, Wm. F., Virginia 1887 Helms, L. W., New York 19( 

Findon, Joseph H., Maryland.. 1905 Gray, Bennett, Maryland 1908 Henderson, H. C, No. Car.,.18£ 

Foard, Arthur C, Maryland. . .1912 Greenawalt, A. H.(D.D.S.),Pa.l886 Henneberger, L. P., Penna... 191 

Foley, Thos. A., Connecticut. .1908 Green, Walter E., Maryland. .1904 Henry, Robt. Lee, Georgia. .. . 18S 

Folsom, Henry A., Vermont. .1911 Greene, E. S., Jr., Virginia. . .1906 Herman, Benj. F., Conn 19] 

Foote, Nathan E., New York.. 1884 Greene, E., North Carolina. .. 1907 Heronemus, J. E., Maryland. .19( 

Foote, N. F., New York 1897 Greene, Howard C, Conn.... 1911 Herr, Frank T., Maryland 193 

Foreman, John McC, Penna.. .1897 Greenough, J. M., Jamaica. . .1896 Herr, John M., Penna 19( 

Ford, S. C, North Carolina.. -1907 Gregoire, O. E., Rhode Island, 1898 Herbert J. E., West Virginia. .19( 

Fording, Charles E., Ohio.... 1898 Grempler, G. J., Maryland. .. .1883 Hess, Lewis E., Maryland. .. .18$ 

Fording, James D., Ohio 1903 Grempler, H. T., Maryland. . .1912 Hewett, Vinton L., Indiana. . .19( 

Foster, A. S., South Carolina. .1902 Grieves, C. J., Maryland 1888 Hicks, H. W., Mass 19( 

Foster, M. S., Maryland 1904 Grom, Jos. B., New Jersev. . . 1898 Hicks, Robt. L., South Car... 19] 

Foster, Ethan W., South Car.. 1905 Grom, Fredk. S., New Jersey. .1900 High, Daniel P., North Car... 19] 

Fountleroy, T. T., Virginia. .. .1899 Groshans, Ferd., Maryland 1885 Hildebrand, G. O., Virginia. . 19( 

Fournier, Jos., Jr., New York.. 1885 Grove, J. Wm., Penna 1891 Hill, Chas. R., Australia 18* 

Fox, Lawrence S., North Car.. 1892 Grove, Herbert D., Virginia. . 1902 Hill, George E., Maine 19( 

Frank, George W., Mass 1906 Grunberg, A., Roumania 1898 Hill, Ernest B., West Va 19( 

Franklin, Robt. A., Georgia. . .1900 Haas, Jos. A., New York 1889 Hills, Reuben B., Mass 18i 

Frantz, Christian G., Penna. .. 1S87 Ha^ue, Geo. H., New Jersey.. 1905 Himmler, Chas. W., Maryland. 19( 

Frantz, Henry, Illinois 1896 Half, Frank N., New York. . .1890 Hines, P. Edmond, No. Car.. . . 185 

Free, Harry A., Penna 1889 Haines, W. Oakley, Maryland. 1891 Hines, Wm. E., North Car 19( 

Freed, Alex., Russia 1902 Hair, Harrison B., South Car.. 1901 Hiney, Geo. PL, Conn 19( 

Freeman, Harold W., Illinois. .1S98 Hall, N. G., Rhode Island 1905 Hirsch Sandal, New York 19( 

Freeman, H. A., Maryland. .. 1907 Haller, Jake V., Virginia 1891 Hiscox, Vernon, Connecticut. .18J 

Freiberger, Leo, Austria 1911 Haller, Wm. H., Virginia. . . .1896 Hoag, David E., New York. . . .181 

Friedland, E. J., Russia 1896 Hamlet, J. M., Virginia 1888 Hodge, S. Dwight, Vermont. . .181 

Freischlag, C. P., New York.. 1906 Hamilton, E. C, Virginia. ... 1898 Hoffman, John H., Virginia. . .185 

Frew, Athol Lee, New York.. 1905 Hamilton, W. T. F., So. Car. ..1901 Hoffman, J. H., Maryland 181 

Frith, A. H., Bermuda 1S97 Hamilton, S. J., New York... 1911 Hoffman, John G., Virginia. . .18* 

Frost, Henry S., Maine 1902 Hamlin, Jos. J., North Car... 1912 Hoffman, W. C. B., No. Car...l8< 

Funderburk, J. E., South Car.. 1908 Halpern, S., New York 1900 Hoffman, S. B., Maryland 19( 

Furman, Chas. L., New York. 1886 Hammond, W. F., New York.. 1899 Hoffman, A. J., New Jersey.. 19: 

Furman, Joel Nelson, N. YL-..1S87 Hammond, F. E., New York.. 1899 Hoffman, Thos. H., Penna 19: 

Furman, Isaac W., New York. 1890 Hammond, C. Wm., Penna. ... 1900 Holbrook, E. G., Maryland. .. .19( 

Gaddy, Risden B., North Car.. 1911 Hauler, J. H., Jr., South Car. .1903 Holland, Wm. H., So. Car 18! 

Gallagher, R. T., North Car... 1898 Hamrick, C. T., North Car... 1910 Holland, A. B., North Car 19( 

Gallup, Frank C, Conn 1884 Hand, Wm. L., North Car 1905 Holland, L. C, Virginia 19( 

Gamard, E. A., Louisiana .... 1S99 Hankin, W. E., New York. ... 1899 Holliday, R. F., No. Car 19< 

Gambill, J. R., Virginia 1909 Harban, L. Lee, Maryland. .. 1887 Hollinger, David G., Penna... 18! 

Ganzburg, Abraham, Mass. ...1909 Hardesty, Geo. N., Virginia ... 1898 Holmes, Chas. D., Jr., Texas.. 18! 

Gansburg, Isaac I., Conn 1912 Hargrove, Geo. H., So. Car. ..1S92 Holt, Charles R., New York.. 131 

Garbrecht, H., Germany 1887 Hargrove, M. L., North Car. ..1908 Hoodner, Francis A., Penna. . .19< 

Gardner, John, Maryland 1897 Hargrove, S. J., Jr., Georgia. .1911 Hoopes, Samuel W., Maryland. 18i 

Gardner, Henry S., West Va..l909 Harley, R. L., South Car.... 1890 Hopkins, Wm. D., Maryland. .18! 

Garland, W. S., New Hamp..l907 Harkinson, F. R., California. .1898 Hopkins, J. S., Maryland 19< 

Garneau, Peter A., Mass 1906 Harmon, O. J., New Hamp...l892 Hopkins, E. H., North Car 19< 

Garrett, John P., North Car.. 1883 Harper, Chas M., Virginia. . .1888 Horton, H. V.» North Car 18! 

Garrison, Ernest C, Virginia. .1903 Harper, Adelard J., Mass 1898 Horton, Phineas E., No. Car.. .181 

Gartrell, Julian, Maryland. .. .1888 Harper, Carl C, North Car... 1910 Horton, S. Robt,, North Car..l9( 

Gasque, Elly A., South Car... 1886 Harrington, A. A., New York. 1910 Hosack, A. H., West Va 19< 

Garzouzi, Edward, Egypt 1907 Harrower, J. W., Virginia. .. .1907 Hotchkiss, J. Wm., Conn 191 

Gayle, John H., Louisiana. . . .1904 Harrower, A. D. S., Virginia. .1911 Houghland, U. S., Indiana. . . .181 

Gee, H. Eugene, South Car. ..1894 Harris, Jas. E., Maryland. ... 1884 Hourihane, Michael, Virginia. . 18! 

Geiser, John S., Penna 1895 Harris, Edwin L., Mass 1887 Houston, D. T. B., New Jer...l9: 

George, C. Chanler, Illinois. .. 1894 Harris, Henry P., Virginia. .. 1891 Howard, Chas. W., New H...18! 

George, Marwood S., Canada. .1904 Harris, T. A.. Missouri 1900 Howie, Eugene B., No. Car...l9( 

Georgion, Arsenius, Turkey ... 1907 Harris, Asa I., Virginia 1899 Howland, C. II., Dist. of Col. .18! 

Getchel, J. L., Maryland 1901 Hart, Marion Y., Virginia. ... 1891 Howlett, A. Hersey, Penna. ...18! 

Gieseler, Wilbert D., West Va..l910 Hartman, Dennis R., Penna. . .1900 Hubley, Chas. P., New York. .18) 

Gifford, C. B., New York 1906 Hartman, Curtis LcR., Penna., 1897 Hucks, H. M., South Car 191 

Gilbert, Geo. C, New Jersey.. 1901 Hartnett, Wm. J., Conn 1894 Huffman, A. H., West Va 18! 

Gilder, J. K., Jr., South Car.. .1906 Harty, E. Allen, Jamaica. ... 1908 Huffman, Andrew, West Va...l8! 

Gilkinson, Albert W., Ohio.... 1901 Hataling, Geo. W., New York. .1883 Hughes, Harry C, Maryland. . 191 

Gill, Edwin J., North Car 1892 Hartwig, Chas. W., Marvland. 1886 Hughes, R, L., Maryland 191 

Gilmore, W. G., New York... 1902 Hawley, H. G., New York.... 1899 Hubbard, N. Robert, Penna. ..18! 

Gilroy, Lawrence E.. Canada.. 1902 Hawley, Geo. M., Vermont. ... 1901 Huggins, G. Allen, So. Car IS! 

cock, Eli II, Missouri. . .1892 Hnwos, Ivey Lee, North Car.. 1906 Hull, Chas. R., New York....l9( 

Glatfclter, Harvey E. f Penna. .1890 Hays, Pleasant S., Ohio 1898 Humberg, Fredk C, Maryland. 18! 

Gleason, Geo. R., Florida. .. .1904 Hayes, E. P., Penna 1R89 Hundley, Peyton, Virginia. ... 18! 

Gluckman, S. II., New J n iy, 1911 Hayes, Will W., Penna 1H91 Ilungorford, R. A., Maryland. .18! 

Goebreioher, David, Maryland, 1889 Hayes, Chas. F., Mass 1909 Huntsberry, A. V., Maryland. . 18! 

Goldberg, E. H., Maryland. .. 1894 Ilayden, John F., Penna 1902 Hurlock, W. Spry, Maryland. . 18! 

ii, Frank A., Conn L904 71<>;ilcv, P. T., New York. ... 1905 Hussong, Roger L., New York, 191 

, Arthur P., Georgia.... 1897 Healey, D. E., New York 1911 Hutchins, E. B., Virginia .... 194 

i , ii. i', Maryland 1891 Healey, J. P., New York 1912 Hutchison, H. B., Virginia. . .18! 

Gould, W. Gordon, Oonn 1897 Heatwole. T. O., Virginia 1895 Hutchinson, C. L., Virginia ... 19 

Gould, Horace I-., Blaine l!">:t Hebbel, Chas. W., Maryland. .1885 Hyde, A. N., New Jersey 18! 

n, Albert H., Delaware. .1908 Hecker, Anton J., Germany. . .1887 Ide, Burt B., New York 19( 

Graft, W. J., N<w Jeraey. . . .1910 Heermans, W. S. II., Jr., N.Y., 1911 Ide, Ira C, New York 19< 

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ilhrie, John H., No. Carolina. . 1895 LeCron, D. 0. M., Iowa 1890 McKelvey, Clyde M., Penna...l891 

Igel, Herman, Germany 1899 LeDuke, Geo. W-, Mass 1883 McKinnon, John W., Penna...l889 

Irvine, Samuel J., Texas 1895 LeFevre, C. Rogers, Maryland. 1892 McLaughlin, Thos. J., So. Car.. 1888 

Jackman, Robt. W., New York. 1908 Leib, Harry C, Maryland 1904 McLaughlin, Chas. E., Canada. 1903 

Jackson, S. G., Canada 1903 Lemley, C. E., Virginia 1884 McLaughlin, H. H., Penna 1905 

Jackson, Robt. W., Georgia. .. 1900 Leonard, C. W., New Jersey.. 1898 McLeod, Wm. R., South Car... 1899 

Jaenicke, Max, Germany 1887 Leonard, B. F. (M.D.), N. J.. .1900 MacLeod, T. David, Canada. . .1896 

.Jaenicke, Paul, Germany 1887 Leslie, Geo. S., New Vork....l906 McMinn, Wm. J., North Car. ..1896 

Ijamieson, I. W., No. Car 1902 Lester, Bliss A., Canada 1905 McNeal, Jas. E., Maryland. .. 1890 

Jarrett, Atwell T., Virginia. .. 1883 Levy, David A., Maryland. .. .1905 McNulty, Wm. F., Maryland. .1904 

j Jefferson, Benj. L., Georgia. .. 1892 Lewers, D. Brown, England. .. 1903 McNutt, C. Howard, Canada. . 1897 

Jefferson, Albert, Georgia 1909 Lewis, Wm. E., Florida 1884 McQuown, Robt. T., Virginia. . 1885 

Jefferson, Hamilton, Georgia .. 1912 Lewis, Thos. S., Penna 1898 McQuown, Wm. P., Virginia. . 1885 

Jenkins, LeRoy D., Georgia. .. 1903 Lewis, Wm. J., New York. ... 1907 McVane, Arthur R., Maine... 1905 

Jenkins, E. J., Maryland 1905 Lightner, Harry A., Penna.. .. 1900 Macgill, L. T., Jr., Maryland. . 1886 

Jenkins, J. V., Virginia 1905 Lightner, Walter S., Penna... 1907 Maguire, Wm. E., Mass 1902 

Jernigan, Geo. F., Texas 1895 Lindsay, Wm. S., South Car.. 1894 Macomber, J. C, Penna 1892 

Jeter, Ireneus, South Car 1888 Lindsay, H. B., (A.B.),S. C..1896 Maddox, H. Webb, Virginia. .. 1901 

Johnson, Silas J., Virginia. .. 1892 Lindsey, Charles T., Virginia .. 1883 Maddux, Nathan P., Virginia. . 1909 

Johnson, John N. North Car.. .1899 Lineweaver, W. T., Virginia. .1899 Mallott, Job B., Penna 1884 

Johnson, Francis M., No. Car.. 1901 Lind, Oscar M., Maryland. ... 1905 Maloney, Daniel T., Conn 1897 

Johnson, H. Kneece, No. Car. .1909 Link, Chas. W., West Va 1895 Mandigo, J. S., New York.... 1909 

Johnston, Geo. S., Canada. . . .1899 Linscott, Albert F., Ohio 1900 Mangold, M. W., New Jersey. .1909 

Johnston, S. B., Virginia 1911 Linscott, Geo. E., Ohio 1902 Mann, Geo. C, Virginia 1905 

Jones, Edward T., Virginia. .. 1891 Linthicum, T. S., Maryland .. 1900 Mann, B. F., Maine 1900 

Jones, Clarence L., Ohio 1896 Lisbona, M. R., New York. . . .1903 Mann, L. H., North Car 1903 

Jones, Arthur B., Bermuda. .. 1899 Littlejohn, T. F., South Car... 1904 Mann, I. Mitchell, North Car.. 1904 

Jones, C. C, Louisana 1903 Lloyd, Wm. L., Maryland 1912 Mann, Herbert L., No. Car.. . .1907 

Jones, Beverly, West Virginia. 1904 Loeschcke, J. C, Germany. .. 1891 Manning, H. A., Mass 1903 

Jones, Ernest J., Conn 1904 Logan, Wm. L., Georgia 1899 Mansir, Jos. M., Maine 1912 

Jordan, B. Arthur, California. .1892 Long, Bert R., North Car 1905 Maphis, B. Frank, Virginia. . .1883 

Jordon, J. R. ( Ph. G.), Georgia, 1909 Long, W. A., Florida 1906 March, Harter W., Ohio 1894 

Josselyn, Eli E. (M.D.), Can..l8S5 Long, Samuel M., Georgia. ... 1909 Marchant, J. H., Virginia. .. .1890 

Judd, John H., North Car 1898 Long, Carter I., West Va 1911 Markert, F. J., Florida 1907 

Judd, Jesse E., North Car. ...1898 Loucks, R. E., Canada 1893 Markley, Edgar H., Penna. .. .1895 

Jureidini, G. K., Egypt 1911 Lowman, Geo. M.. West Va...l909 Marks, Milton, New York 1904 

Justice, M. L. (M.D.), No. C..1911 Lowell, Wm. H., Penna 1886 Marler, J. G., North Car 1901 

Justiz, Alfredo E., Cuba 1911 Lower, S. Elliott, Penna 1902 Marshall, S. K. f Maryland. .. .1888 

Kahn, Edmund, Maryland. .. .1904 Loving, Chas. T.. Texas 1887 Marshall, Thos. R., Virginia.. .1892 

Kean, Jas. L., Virginia 1887 Luke, John L., Virginia 1890 Marshall, S. O., Kentucky. . . .1899 

Keepers, John A., Penna 1888 Lumsden, Frank H., Marvland. 1886 Martin, A. E., New Jersey. . . .1912 

Kefauver, Noel E., Maryland. . 1903 Lussier, Noel J., Rhode * Isl. .. 1901 Martin, E. A. (L.D.S.), Can. .1891 

Keighley, J. F. M., Rhode Isl.. 1912 Lynch, Louis M., Georgia. . . . 1899 Martin, Chesley, Virginia 1897 

Keister, J. Brown, Virginia .. .1901 Lynch, Chas. G., New York... 1902 Martin, T. F., New Jersey. .. .1900 

Kehoe, Frank P., Georgia. . . .1906 Lvnch, Paul, Mass 1907 Martin, Henry, Conn 1911 

Keller Wm. L., Maryland 1910 Lvnch, A. F., Rhode Island. . .1911 Massey, J. W., Virginia 1901 

Kelly, Ralph H., West Va 1908 Lvndon, George H., Ohio.... 1895 Mathieu, A. H., Maryland 1892 

Kenna, Fredk. L., New Jersey. 1912 Lyons, Wm. A., West Va 1907 Matt, Oscar, New York 1891 

Kennedy, Walter S., New Yk. .1912 McAdams, John C, West Va.. .1902 Matthews, A., North Carolina.. 1885 

Kenney, Jas. J., New York... 1905 McAndrew, M., Canada 1898 Matthews, Chas. A., Indiana. .1894 

Kernodle, John F.. No. Car. ..1907 McCall, S. H., North Carolina . 1907 Matthews, Chas. F., California. 1895 

Kibler, R. Dallas, Virginia ... 1884 McCann, D. Bernard, Canada. 1900 Matthews, Clyde V., Maryland. 1902 

Killingsworth. W. S., So. Car.. 1884 McCann, John J., New York. .1905 Meador, W. M. (M.D.), So. C..1887 

King, Wm. A., Canada 1890 MeCardell, W. S., Marvland. . 1904 Meador, Jas. R., North Car... 1906 

King, James M., Canada 1892 McClees, J. S., Marvland 1901 Mendez, S. A., Jamaica 1909 

King, Marion N., Virginia. ... 1897 McClelland, C. S., Penna 1902 Merrill, C. W., Rhode Island.. 1912 

King, Jas. G., Virginia 1899 McCluer, Frank W., Virginia. . 1905 Metz, Jos. F., Maryland 1909 

King, Henry A., New York. . .1900 McClung, John A., Virginia. . .1912 Mever, Thos. P., Penna 1890 

King, J. Milton, Conn 1906 McClung, Jos. L.. West Va.. . .1905 Meyerson, M. I. (Ph. G.),N.Y., 1909 

Kirschner, Geo. E., Penna. ... 1912 MeColl, Samuel. Canada 1887 Mezger, Chas. (Ph.G.), Md...l890 

Kloeber, John S., Virginia ... 1885 McComb, Virgil J., Missouri. . 1891 Milbourne, L. B., Maryland. . .1894 

Knef, Jos. P. P.. New Jersey . .1903 MeConachie, A. D., Canada. . .1888 Michel, P. A., Louisiana 1898 

Koelz, Wm. J.. West Virginia. .1904 McConnell, D. E., South Car.. 1897 Miles, E. B., New York 1904 

Koerner, J. Fred., Maryland. . 1904 McConnell, E. V.. Georgia. .. .1899 Milford, S. B., Virginia 1899 

Kohly, Alfred J., Cuba 1899 McCormick, Jas. J., New York, 1901 Miller, J. Edwin, Minnesota. . .1883 

Koontz, Clinton M.. Maryland. 1898 McCutchen. W. L., South Car.. 1903 Miller, Jas. H. A., West Va....l887 

Kosmhisky, A. J.. Texas 1909 McDivit, Harry N., Marvland. 1901 Miller, W. C, Penna 1887 

Kritchevsky, B., Russia 1895 McDonald, Otis H.. Georgia. . .1890 Miller, Wm. Lee, West Va 1889 

Kuhnen. Herbert. Germany. .. 1904 McDonald, J. M., N. Zealand. . 1897 Miller, E. S., Vermont 1900 

Kuich, Wm. H., Penna 1895 McDonald. T. N., New York. .1909 Miller, B. L., New York 1902 

Kumle, L.. Jr., California 1903 McDowell, C. H., North Car... 1884 Miller, E. Whit, Virginia 1905 

Kurtz, Cyrus, Penna 1899 McFadden, Thos. W., Penna... 1898 Miller, John E. C, Penna 1905 

Lacy, Wm. P., Virginia 1894 McFadden, M. J.. South Car. .. 1905 Mills, Robert H., Florida 1907 

Ladson, Chas. J., Dist. of Col.. 1884 McFarlano, Frank G., Canada. 1904 Milner, M. B., Georgia 1898 

Lamb, John P., North Car 1905 McG?e, W. Glenn, South Car.. 1892 Minghini, S. J., West Va 1884 

Landis, Phare? L., Penna 1910 McGinn, Jas. H.. South Car. ..1910 Minghini, Wm. E., West Va...l893 

Larimer, Alex. P.. Penna 1909 McGirt, Wattie B., So. Car... 1883 Mitchell, C. A., New York 1892 

LaRue, Antonio S., Conn. ...1896 McGuire, Geo. A., Canada ... .1892 Mitchell, L. S., New Jersey. . .1890 

Lasley, Frank A., North Car.. .1908 McHarg, Robt. J., Canada 1892 Mitchell, H. B., New York 1892 

Law, Edwin A., Florida 1901 M^Ilyain, J. M., Maryland. .. 1892 Mock, John H.. Florida 1902 

Law, E. Mclvor, Florida 1903 Melntire, Walter R., Conn.... 1905 Moffett, S. F., Texas 1905 

Lawrence, E. N., North Car... 1909 Mclver, DeWitt C, No. Car... 1899 Mogul, Abraham, Maryland. . .1908 

Leahy, John D., New Hamp...l910 McKev, Winston C. Georgia. .1910 Molony, J. E., South Ca 1889 

Lee, Robert E., South Car 1888 McKeever, A. N., West Va. . . .1895 Monks, Fredk. E., Penna 1908 

Lee., E. Gordon, North Car.... 1907 McKee, Fredk. C, Canada .. .1898 Monks, Miss G. P., Penna.. ... 1909 

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Montero, Anibal F. L., Cuba. . .1911 Patterson, Geo. B., Nor. Car. .1889 Remsberg, E. W., Maryland 

Montgomery, J. T., South Car. .1894 Pattinson, Prank A., New Yk. .1891 Remsen, John L., New Jersey 

Montgomery, A., Alabama 1901 Paterson, Alex. Horn, Penna. .1911 Renoe, Charles B., Missouri. 

Montgomery, F. W., Mass 1904 Patrick, John C. B., No. Car.. 1896 Renoe, Wm. H., Missouri... 

Montesinos, M.. Porto Rico.... 1912 Patton, D. H. R., Nebraska. .. 1895 Reynolds, E. E., New York. 

Moore, Fredk. O., Vermont. .. .1912 Payne, Clyde S., California.. . 1892 Reynolds, C. P., New York. 

Moore, T. Benton, Penna 1891 Peacock, D. Lee, Georgia. ... 1898 Reynolds, Stanley C, Canada. 18! 

Moore, Robt. F., Penna 1898 Pearson, Paul L., North Car.. 1910 Riedel, Bernard F., Maryland 

Moore, S. Whiteford, Penna. ..1904 Pierson, Jas. H., Virginia. ... 1902 Rice, Edward, Alabama.... 

Moore, Oscar L., North Car. .. .1909 Peavy, Daniel B., Texas 1900 Richards, Walter F., Illinois 

Moran, P. H., New Hamp....l902 Peloquin, Hector L., Mass 1910 Rilke, Johannes, Germany.. 

Morgan, W. W., New Jersey.. 1890 Pendexter, Thos. M., Mass.... 1909 Riley, James M., North Car. 

Morgan, Roderick, North Car.. 1894 Pegram, Louis J., North Car.. 1908 Riley, Richie W., South Car. 

Morris, John A., New York... 1904 Pemberton, B. M., Virginia. .. 1912 Riley, Wm. H., Vermont... 

Morrison, R. J., North Car.. . .1904 Penuel, A. Lee, Maryland. . . .1883 Riser, Jacob, Iowa 

Morton, Robert W., Penna.. .. 1897 Perdue, Charles H., Georgia. . 1896 Riviere, Herman A., Georgia 

Moscovitz, S. B., New York.. 1899 Perkins, Capers D., Georgia. . 1885 Roach, John A., North Car. 

Moseley, Wirt H., Virginia. . . .1897 Perrin, Geo. H., Canada 1890 Robbin, Colbert L., North Car..l9( 

Mott, Carlton B., North Car... 1903 Perrin, Wm. H., South Car... 1907 Roberts, Benson S., Bermuda. 18* 

Mowel, Austin H., New York. 1896 Petty, Raiman, New York.... 1899 Rockwell, J. S., Canada 19( 

Mowel, Abram V., New York.. 1897 Pheneger, Henry N., Penna... 1897 Robertson, W. A., Canada. .. .18( 

Moyse, Ellis F., Canada 1905 Phifer, A. Glenn, North Car.. 1908 Robertson, H. C, Maryland. .. 19( 

Muir, R. Murray, Canada. ... 1897 Phillips, S. L., Maryland 1884 Robertson, L. J., Maryland. .. .19( 

Muller, G. W., Germany 1888 Phillips, Harry H., Penna. ... 1887 Robinson, F. (L.D.S.), Eng...l8! 

Mullen, T. F., New Hamp....l906 Phillips, Geo. A., Maine 1908 Robinson, F. S., Florida 18! 

Mullin, R. B. (M.D.), Neb 1905 Phillips, E. F., Jamaica 1909 Robinson, D. S., New York... 191 

Murphy, W. N., Texas 1887 Pierce, James W., Georgia. . . .1896 Rogers, James L. (Tenn.) ... .18! 

Myers, C. G., New York 1890 Pierce, Geo. Wm., Georgia 1901 Rogers, J. R. (A.B.), So. Car..l9( 

Myers, J. S., Maryland 1901 Piche, Alfred J., Vermont. ... 1904 Rogers, Chas. H., Rhode IsI...19( 

Myers, J. Edgar, Maryland. . . .1901 Pickett, James E., Ohio 1901 Rosen, Samuel A., Maryland. .191 

Myers, Thos. R., Maryland. ... 1903 Piper, Jesse Ralph, Penna. ... 1908 Rosengardt, S., Russia 19( 

Myers, Walter D., Virginia. .. 1906 Pirkey, Frank Zea, California. 1889 Ross, Wm. Robt., Canada .... 19( 

Naille, Irvin T., Penna 1903 Pitts, James W., South Car... 1899 Ross, Joseph, New Jersey .... 19( 

Nase, Otto, Canada 1905 Pitts, Henry Clay, North Car.. 1885 Ross, Chas. A., Penna 19] 

Neckerman, Edwin C, Penna.. 1906 Pleasants, W. A., Virginia. .. .1886 Roth, Samuel, Maryland 19] 

Neill, John H., New York.... 1887 Pletcher, D. Irvel, Ohio 1898 Rothenberg, L. M., New York.l9( 

Neiman, Eli H., Penna 1883 Plumley, Chas. W., West Va..l902 Rothman, A., Maryland 19( 

Neiman, R. S., Penna 1908 Poist, Wm. B., Dist. of Col... 1891 Rounds, Geo. B., Canada 18! 

Neistadt, S. M., Md 1910 Pond, Wm. R., Vermont 1899 Rouse, B. F. H., Maryland. . .18! 

Nelson, G. F. (M.D.), Md 1888 Posey, Thos. L., Kentucky 1897 Rowe, Walter W., Penna 18* 

Newbury, J. H., North Car. ...1902 Posey, Aubrey A., Maryland. .1903 Rowe, Thos. R., Rhode Island. 18! 

Newell, Fred. R., Vermont. ... 1903 Prather, Wm. E., North Car.. 1891 Roy, Albert C, New York....l9( 

Nichols, H. Janney, Virginia. . 1892 Preston, Stephen, Virginia. ... 1900 Rudd, Montell B., Virginia. . .18$ 

Nichols, W. H., New Hamp. ..1898 Pressley, Wm. A., North Car.. 1890 Russell, L. H., South Car 18! 

Nicholson, C. H., Canada. ... 1893 Price, Warren, Maryland 1899 Russell, Percy, Maryland 18J 

Nicodemus, R. C, Maryland. . 1897 Price, Wilbert, Maryland 1905 Rutledge, Brooks, South Car. .. 18? 

Nigolosian, S. L., Asia Minor. 1889 Price, Charles J., Maryland. . .1909 Ryder, Wm. R., Jamaica 19C 

Nisbet, T. P., South Carolina. 1911 Probst, Geo. C, South Car.... 1892 Sachs, Joseph L., Maryland. .. 19( 

Nordin, Ellis, Maryland 1909 Proctor, W. E., Jr., Virginia. 1886 Sagebien, Y D. A., Cuba 19( 

Norfleet, Robt. G., Virginia. .. 1897 Proctor, Jas. A., Virginia. ... 1894 Salles, H. C, Louisiana 188 

Noonan, Harry J., Maine 1908 Prudhomme, J. H., Louisiana. .1903 Salles, Paul, Louisiana 191 

Norris, S. P., North Carolina. .1897 Purnell, Geo. E., Maryland 1884 Sallis, D. F., Mississippi 188 

Norton, Oakley W., New York. 1900 Purnell, Ralph C, Maryland. .1886 Samuel, L. D., Jamaica 19C 

Norwood, W. Mel., South Car. .1885 Pyles, Joseph T., Maryland. .. 1898 Sanders, John L., South Car..l9C 

Oberdick, H. G. A., Penna. ... 1900 Pyles, Chas. T., Maryland. ... 1905 Sanchez, C. N., Cuba 188 

O'Brien, Robt. P., Texas 1904 Pyles, Richard G., Maryland. . 1908 Sapp, C. C, North Carolina. . 188 

O'Connor, H. I., Georgia .... 1897 Quinlan, Geo. B., New York. .. 1892 Sargent, Harrv H., Penna 19C 

O'Donoghue, D. C, Maryland. .1900 Quinlan, F. W. H., New York. 1898 Saunders, L. St. C, Canada. ..188 

Oldham, F. M., South Car.... 1889 Quitt, William, Maryland 1908 Sawaya, Farris S., Svria 19C 

Oliver, A. H., Canada 1904 Radcliff, A. A., Maryland. ... 1901 Saylor, Edward R., Maryland. . 19C 

Oliveira, Alberto L., Brazil .... 1887 Ralston, Wm. C, Canada. ... 1901 Scarborough, A. P., Penna. ...19C 

O'Neill, John J., Penna 1909 Ralston, Thos. A., Canada. ... 1902 Schaer, Charles T., Maryland. .188 

Opielinski, C, Germany 1889 Rambo, Preston A., Georgia. . 1887 Schlieder, Carl E., New York. . 191 

Orear, B. Forrest, Missouri ... 1903 Rambo, Francis E., Georgia. . 1888 Schochaur, Fred S., Texas.... 19C 

Orr, Benj. F., Virginia 1899 Rambo, Stafford, Georgia 1888 Schloendorn, F. F. W., Ger. ..188 

Ortel, Henry F., Maryland. . . .1912 Ramev, Turner A., West Va. . .1892 Scott, Robt. J., Jr., New Yk. . .189 

O'Shanecy, C. J., New York... 1907 Ranson, J. M., Jr., West Va..l885 Scott, Wallace P., Maine 188 

Osteen, Noah G., Jr., So. Car.. 1900 Rathie, Joseph L., Virginia. . .1892 Seaton, Wm. C, Jr., New Yk..l8S 

Outcalt, C. E., West Va 1899 Rawlins, Geo. E., California. . 1903 SeBastian, Jas. B., Delaware. . 19C 

Outten, L. R., Delaware 1912 Rawlinson, R. P., Brazil.S.A. . 1888 Selby, Benj. F., Maryland. ... 19C 

Owen, Floyd M., New York... 1901 Rawlinson, John A., Brazil. .. 1895 Self, L. Ruffin, North Car 19C 

Pagan, Jas. McC, South Car. .1909 Ray, Harry J., South Car.... 1888 Sendtner, Max. T., New York..l9C 

Page, Frank H., Canada 1888 Kay, Ralph, North Carolina ... 1912 Sengebusch, H., Germany 188 

Paget, Joe Huger, So. Car.... 1900 Rea, Wm. A., Penna 1901 Shadrach, Samuel A., Virginia. 188 

Palmer, R. W., Virginia 1895 Read, E. L., West Va 1902 Shaffner, Vernon D.. Canada.. 18S 

Palmer, Webber T., Iowa 1898 Eteade, Arthur P., North Car. .1907 Shannon, Wm. T., Georgia. ... 189 

Palmer, Harry A., Virginia ... 1904 Redfearn, B. C, North Car. ..1898 Sharp, Joseph B., New Jersey. 188 

Parker, Wm. W., Minnesota. .1885 Reamer, S. S., Virginia 1887 Shaw. E. IX, Ne%v York 188 

Parker, Fred L., South Car... 1895 Reaves, Robt. L., South Car... 1900 Shecut, L. C, South Car 189 

Parker, John P., Canada 1901 Reaves, Wm. L., South Car.. . .1901 Sheeley, H. M., Penna 19C 

Parks, Olyda M. Penna 1901 Rees, John S., California 1893 Bheeley, Curtis A., Penna.... 190 

Parrott, Daniel W.. N T or. Car. .1906 Reichley, J. C, Penna 1904 Sheely, Wm. S.. Texas 190 

Partridge, Geo, T., New Fork. .1908 Eteichenbaugh, Wm. C, Conn. .1908 Shields, Nelson T., Texas 188 

Pascoe, II. E. R., Australia. . 191 Eteiff, K. Ftastell, Prima 1897 Shields, Lewis N., Texas ....188 

Patterson, Geo. K., No. Car. ..1912 Reiman, Conrad P., Conn 19K) Shields, Edward H., Ohio.. ..188 

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bine, Henry R., Florida. .. .1887 Steele, Stanley, Maryland 1897 Underwood, J. T., North Car.. 1908 

liine, R. A., Jr., Florida 1887 Steele, Elmer M., Virginia. ... 1899 Urmson, Randolph M., Penna..l911 

hipman, Wm. L., N. Y 1901 Stehley, F. P., West Va 1891 Valentine, F. J., Maryland. . . .1903 

hoemaker, Archie C, Penna.,1889 Stehley, P. H. (M.D.), W. Va..l900 van Brunt, Wm. E., Florida. .1909 

dore, R. H., North Car 1911 Stein, Max, Russia 1897 van der Hoeven, Cornelius (M. 

hortell, E. J., New Jersey.. . .1909 Stein, Alexander, Russia 1901 D.), Holland 1889 

tiirley, Wm. C, Virginia 1904 Stein, Samuel, New York 1908 van der Hoppe, R., Austria. .1884 

hpritz, A. S., Maryland 1907 Steinberg, Jos. B., Maryland. . 1912 van Meter, Wm. C, West Va..l906 

oreeve, J. E., Jr., Maryland. .1904 Styne, Mina F., Virginia 1899 van Nostrand, Wm. H., N. Y..1892 

areeve, C. A. (A.B.), Md....l909 Steinbeck, C. H., West Va... 1905 van Nostrand, D. E., New J... 1910 

aupp, Frank D., Maryland. . .1903 Steiner, Paul, Maryland 1909 van Nostrand, John F., N. Y. .1901 

ims, Benj. F., South Car. ...1886 Stevens, J. Frank, Penna 1891 van Omer, Wm. L., Penna. . . . 1901 

igler, LeRoy, Maryland 1906 Stevens, J. Bertram, Penna. ..1901 van Tassel, Harry, So. Dak. ..1892 

immons, R. F., Virginia 1907 Stevenson, Geo. W.. New Yk..l891 van Zandt, Fred., New York.. 1909 

ims, Elton Ashby, Maryland. .1912 Stafford, Earl Z., Texas 1898 Vaughan, Robt. R., Missouri. . 1884 

imons, Benj., South Car 1889 Ston, Albert H., New York... 1898 Vaughan, Patrick, Georgia. . .1897 

impkins, Wm. M., Georgia. .. 1902 Stone, E., South Africa 1904 Veza, Jos. M., Austria 1892 

impson, Jas. W., Virginia. .. .1892 Stover, E. Emmert, Penna 1892 Voigt, Walter T., Maryland. .. 1908 

impson, Wm. R., S. Car 1892 Stover, Harry C, Penna 1899 von Wachter, F., Maryland. . .1892 

impson, R. L., Virginia 1896 Stratford, A. L., North Car. ..1884 Volck, Geo. A., Maryland. ... 1883 

inay, Albert J., Conn 1912 Streich, Henry, Maryland 1912 Volck, A. W. A., Germany. ... 1891 

inskey, Meyer E., Maryland. .1912 Strickler, R. E. Lee, Virginia.. 1903 Wall, Joseph A., Penna 1886 

kaggs, Calvin H., West Va.. .1905 Strickler, Suel V., Virginia. . 1910 Walden, R. C, Virginia 1894 

kaggs, Erastus P., West Va..l906 Strasser, Henry, Maryland. .. 1906 Walker, Carlos A., Maryland. .1912 

kaggs, Wm. B., West Va 1908 Stuart, Walter, Kentucky. . . .1883 Walker, Fred P. M., Mass 1904 

kelton, Robt. T., New York. .1911 Stuart, G. H. (M.D.), Md 1903 Wallace, Jas. M., South Car.. .1904 

leppy, E. E. P., Penna 1887 Stults, J. Albert, New Jersey.. 1895 Waltman, Jas. E., Maryland. . 1905 

loan, Carl S., North Car 1901 Sullivan, Jas. J., New Hamp.,1912 Walton, John E., Georgia .... 1894 

locum, Frank E., New York. .1886 Sumner, Chas. F., Canada. .. .1900 Walsh, Thos. J., Vermont 1898 

mallwood, T. E., Maryland. . .1902 Swart, Jas. E., Virginia 1902 Walters, D. A., North Car 1911 

mathers, H. C, North Car. ..1907 Swindell, R. B., North Car.... 1884 Wangerman, A., Germany ... .1885 

mith, Julian C, South Car. .. 1883 Switzer, Chas. C, Maryland. . 1897 Wareheim, G. G., Penna 1905 

mith, Walter O., Virginia. .. 1883 Switzer, Marvin D., Virginia . .1902 Ward, Cyrus A., Ohio 1895 

mith, Edgar G., New York. .1888 Sykes, S. Claude, Maryland. . .1890 Ward, Geo. N., New York.... 1895 

mith, Edgar L., West Va 1888 Taggart, John E., Vermont. . . .1894 Wardlaw, A. B., South Car.. .1899 

mith, Howard M., Virginia. . 1888 Taggart, Robt. W., Vermont. .1898 Warnock, W. J., South Car... 1889 

mith, James P., Virginia. ... 1888 Taft, A. W., Rhode Island. .. 1901 Warrenfels, G. M., Maryland. .1898 

mith, Hampton K., So. Car. .1889 Tahashima, Tameja, Japan. .. .1899 Watkins, Joseph Conrad (A.B., 

mith, Fred B., Penna 1894 Talbot, Robt. W., Dist. of Col.. 1887 LL.D), North Carolina 1900 

nith, Thos. McC, North Car.. 1896 Taliaferro, R. E. L., Virginia. .1891 Watkins, L. LeRoy, Maryland. 1903 

mith, Luther T., North Car.. 1898 Taylor, Elisha S., Maryland. . .1897 Watson, J. Wm., West Va 1892 

mith, Frank E., Canada 1899 Taylor, Geo. W., Indiana 1900 Watson, James, Illinois 1894 

mith, George C, Maryland. .. 1899 Taylor, Wm. W., North Car... 1901 Watson, J. A., South Car 1901 

mith, Harold B., New York. .1899 Taylor, Joseph A., Indiana. . . .1903 Watson, H. C, Maryland 1901 

mith, Chas. F., Jamaica 1904 Teague, N. A., South Car 1883 Watson, W. B., West Va 1901 

mith, Stanley B., Canada. .. .1904 Tenny, Cecil L., Washington. .1901 Watson, Eugene T., W. Va...l903 

mith, Wilbert B., Canada 1907 Teraki, Sadayoshi, Japan 1907 Watson, S. R., North Car 1908 

mith, Harry B., Bermuda. . ..1892 Temple, E. S., New York 1908 Waters, Charles E., Maryland. .1910 

mith, Wylie I., Maryland. . . .1912 Terry, Chas. Arthur, West Va..l898 Watt, James F. f Indiana 1901 

mither, C. Linwood, Virginia. 1898 Thacker, Robt. L., West Va...l898 Watts, J. Somes, Canada 1897 

mithers, N. R., Maryland. . . .1894 Theil, L. A. H., Wisconsin. . . .1907 Wayman, Jos. T., Virginia. . . .1884 

mithers, Delmar, Maryland.. . 1895 Thaman, Benj. M., Maryland. . 1910 Wayman, W. N., Virginia .... 1900 

mithson, C. F., North Car 1901 Thomas, A. O., South Car.... 1892 Weaver, Fred Allen, Mass.... 1883 

mithson, T. W., North Car.. .1907 Thomas, B. Elmer, Texas 1896 Webb, Thos. D., North Car 1910 

lively, Chas. L., Maryland. . .1905 Thomas, Fred R., Canada. . . .1897 Wegge, Wm. F., Wisconsin. . . .1885 

lively, Daniel B., Penna 1888 Thomas, Herbert M., Penna. ..1903 Weighart, Geo. C, New York. .1907 

aouffer. Chas. B., Penna 1892 Thompson, R. W., Jr., So. Car.. 1901 Weinberg, A., South Carolina.. 1896 

now, Henry B., Maryland. .. 1891 Thompson, H. L., New York.. 1907 Weinberg, D. A., South Car.. 1909 

ayder, Myron W., New York. 1883 Thrift, H. A., Rhode Island. .. 1912 Weinberger, J., New York 1897 

ayder, Wm. Ruff, Penna 1902 Thrush, Wm. A., Illinois 1892 Wienholt, H. O., Germany ... .1902 

ayder, Geo. A., Penna 1905 Thurlow, Norman C, Maine. . .1912 Weitfeldt, A. F. L.. Germany.. 1883 

jlomon, E. Alva, South Car.. 1891 Tibbitts, W. H., New York... 1899 Wietfeldt, Arnold, Germany. . ..1887 

jlomon, Jacob L., New Yk. ..1910 Tigner, George S., Georgia. . .1895 Weeks, Geo. E., North Car. ...1906 

miers, Ralph T., Virginia. . .1907 Tigner, Edward A., Georgia. . .1895 Welch, Floyd J., Virginia 1885 

suthard. P. C, Delaware. ... 1908 Tisrnor, Edwin P.. Virginia. .. 1898 Welsh, John E., South Car 1905 

peas, Robt. L., North Car. ..1907 Tillotson, R. R., New York... 1900 Wells, A. S., North Carolina .. 1891 

pahn, Chas. A., New Jersey.. 1903 Tippett, Jas. H., New York... 1910 Wells, Chas. J.. Maryland. .. .1905 

pangler. Nevin R., Penna. ... 1908 Tipton, Norman B., Louisiana, 1883 Weller, F. B., New York 1897 

parck, Miss L. C. S., Md. ..1910 Tipton, D. P - ., Nebraska 1892 Westrater, A. A., West Va 1901 

parks, Alfred E.. Canada .... 1891 Todd, F. Foster, Maryland. ... 1890 Whelpley, C. B., Canada 1890 

perow, W. H., West Va 1905 Toombs, J. Everett. Mass 1883 Wheeler, G. G., Rhode Island.. 1904 

pratt, John L., South Car.. . .1901 Totten, Arminius W., No. Car. .1892 Wheeler, A. B., Maryland 1906 

prinkel, A. Hume, Virginia .. 1891 Trapp. William S., Penna. ... 1885 Whitaker, Joel, North Car 1899 

prinkel, C. Carter, Virginia. . 1891 Tribble, Alexander, Missouri. .1897 Whisnant, A. J., No. Car 1905 

prinkel, G. A., Jr., Virginia. . 1898 Tropp, Herman. Russia 1899 Whitfield, Robt. J., Canada. . .1891 

prinkel, Robt. W., Virginia. . 1903 Trubv, J. Cromwell. Penna. ... 1896 Whitfield, G. F., North Car. ...1909 

t. J)hn. F. Myron. Conn.... 1891 Truitt, Gporge E.. Maryland. . 1907 Whitney, Ralph M., Maine ... .1903 

tack, Walter O., Delaware. . .1897 Trumbo, G. C, West Va 1910 White, Mathew W., So. Car... 1887 

tanley, C. C. South Car 1894 Tramp, George H., Maryland. .1898 White, Geo. F., New York. . . .1891 

tannard, M. B., New Jersey. .1912 Trvon, Ralph E.. New York. ..1910 White, Montgomery L., Texas. 1892 

tarke, Parke P., Virginia ... .1903 Tucker, Edwin B., No. Car... 1901 White, L. A., Dist. of Col 1898 

tarke, Parke P., Virginia .. .1887 Turner, Chas. A., Canada. .. .1891 White, LeRoy M., New York.. 1899 

tarr, Geo. E., Maryland 1895 Turrentine, M. H.. Georgia .... 1903 Wbite, Beni. S., Tenn 1901 

teer, H. G.. New York 1890 Twigg, Allen G. T., West Va..l911 Wbite. D. C, Louisiana. .... .1911 

teele, J. Russell, Penna 1897 Twitchell, Fred. A., Minn 1885 Wilhelm, H. T.. Germany ... .1887 

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Wiley, Charles G., Penna 

Willey, Henry S., North Car.. 
Willetts, Albert F., Maine.... 
Willis, Jonothan R., Penna.. . , 

Willson, Jos. E., Indiana 

Wilson, John H., New York.. 
Wilson, Henry A., Maryland. . 
Wilson, N. McK., Maryland. . . 
Wilson, Wm. P., North Car. . . 
Williams, M. E., New York. . , 
Williams, A. A., Jr., Georgia. 
Williams, Edward R., Penna.. 
Williams, W. E., West Va.... 
Williams, G. R., Tennessee. . . , 
Williams, R. W., Maryland . . . 



1892 Williams, J. H., Maryland. ... 1909 

1901 Windheim, A. P., New York.. 1908 

1896 Winkelman, W. D., Maryland.. 1902 
1904 Wingate, W. I., New Hamp...l901 

1900 Wingo, C. E. (M.D.), Md....l891 
1887 Wingo, C. E., Jr., Maryland. .1911 

1892 Wise, John B., South Car 1894 

1895 Wise, Wm. H., Virginia 1899 

1910 Wisherd, Elmer J., Maryland. .1884 

1895 Wogan, Wm. W., Penna 1887 

1897 Wogan, Chas. E., Penna 1890 

1898 Wolf, Sheldon B., Penna 1895 

1898 Woolsey, George, California. .. 1890 

1901 Wood, Frank LeRoy, Maine. ..1885 
1908 Wood, C. R., New Harap 1891 



Wood, Henry F., Virginia. .. .19C 
Woods, E. K., New Hamp....l88 

Woods, Owings 0., So. Car 191 

Woodward, A. W., Virginia. .18S 
Woodward, H. F., West Va...l9C 
Wool, J. Haryey, Virginia. . . .189 
Wright, M. V. (M.D.), N. H..188 
Wright, C. A., New Hamp....l89 

Wright, Jos. E., Maryland 189 

Wright, O. B., South Car 19C 

Wrightson, S. B., Maryland. . .189 

Yacoubyan, V. K., Egypt 19C 

Yelvington, Elrie J., Florida.. 190 
Youngs, Olin H., Conn 191 



LAW DEPARTMENT. 

FORTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION. 



THE BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. 

JUDGE HENRY D. HARLAN, 
Constitutional Law and Domestic Relations. 
JOSEPH C. FRANCE, Esq., 
Cobpobations, Pleading, Pbactice and Legal Ethics. 
JUDGE HENRY 8T0CKBRIDGE, 
Intebnational Law, Public and Pbivate; Conflict of Laws. 
EDGAR A. POE, Esq., 
Bills and Notes, Sales and Subetyship. 
W. CALVIN CHE8NUT, Esq., 
Cbiminal Law and Insubance. 
JUDGE JAMES P. QORTER, 
Jubidical Equity, Evidence and Damages. 
JUDGE JOHN C. ROSE, 
jubisdiction and pbocedube of the fedebal coubts, admibalty, bank- 
buptcy, Patents, Tbade-Mabks, Copybights and Unfaib Competition. 
HERBERT T. TIFFANY, Esq., 
The Law of Real Pbopebty. 
ELI FRANK, Esq. 
Title to Real Pbopebty, Conveyancing Personal Pbopebty and Bail- 
ments and Directors of the Moot Court. 
ALBERT C. RITCHIE, Esq. 
Commebcial Law, Shipping and Elementaby Law. 
WILLIAM L. MARBURY, Esq., 
The Law of Tobts. 
CHARLES J. BONAPARTE, Esq., 
The Law of Contbacts. 
JUDGE CARROLL T. BOND, 
Executobs and Administbatobs. 
SAMUEL WANT, Esq., 

DlBECTOl OF THE LlBBARY AND STUDENTS' ADVISES. 

For Catalogue Containing Full Information, Address 
HENRY D. HARLAN, Dean, 

1061 Calvert Building, BALTIMORE, MD. 

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DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY. 

Sixty-Ninth Annual Session of the Maryland College of Pharmacy 
will open September 23, 1912. 



FACULTY. 



WILLIAM SIMON, Ph.D. 

Emeritus Professor of Chemistry. 

CHARLES CASPARI. Jr., Phar.D., 

Professor of Theoretical and Applied Pharmacy, Dean of the Faculty. 

DAVID M. R. CULBRETH, A.M., Ph.G., M.D.. 

Professor of Materia Medica, Botany and Pharmacognosy. 

DANIEL BASE, Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry and Vegetable Histology. 

HENRY P. HYNSON, Phar.D., 
Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 



ADJUNCT FACULTY. 

H. A. B. DUNNING, Phar.D. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Phar.D. 
Associate Professor of Pharmacy. 

JAS. W. WESTCOTT, Ph.G., 
Associate Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacognosy. 

CHAS. C. PLITT, Ph.G., 

Associate Professor of Botany and Vegetable Histology. 

J. CARLTON WOLF, Phar.D., Demonstrator of Dispensing. 
JOEL J. BARNETT, Phar.D., Demonstrator of Pharmacy. 
HENRY E. WICH, Phar.D., Demonstrator of Chemistry. 



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

N. E. Corner Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore, Md. 
The One Hundred and Sixth Course of Lectures Will 
Commence October ist, 1912. 



FACULTY. 



SAMUEL C. CHEW, M.D., LL.D., Emeritus Professor of Medicine. 

R. DORSET COALE, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology. 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Surgery. 

L. E. NEALE, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Obstetrics. 

CHARLES W. MITCHELL, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Diseases of Children 

THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D., Professor of Diseases of Women. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Clinical Surgery. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Physiology. 

ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D., Professor of Therapeutics and Surgical Pathology. 

JOSE L. HIRSH, M.D., Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology. 

HIRAM WOODS, M.D., Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear. 

GORDON WILSON, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

HARRY ADLER, B.A., M.D., Professor of Therapeutics and Clinical Medicine. 

J. W. HOLLAND, M.D., Associate Professor and Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

Fob Circulars and Further Information, Apply to 
R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D., Dean. 



I ln!t;afcif\r H s\c r\\ 4- o 1 Southwest Corner Lombard and Greene Street . 

University nospliai, Baltimore, md. 

This institution, most pleasantly located, the capacity and comforts of which 
have undergone great development to meet the increasing demands of patients, is 
fitted up with all modern conveniences for the successful treatment of Medical and 
Surgical diseases. 

Its Medical Staff comprises the FACULTY OF THE UNIVERSITY, and the 
entire management of the institution having been delegated to trained nurses, so 
well known as the faithful and efficient attendants upon the sick, patients may rely 
upon enjoying the benefits of an Infirmary, as well as the comforts and privacy of 
a home, while seeking treatment for Medical Diseases and undergoing Surgical 
Operations. 

Special attention is called to the Lying-in Department of the Hospital, and the 
thorough privacy given to confinement. 

When persons are compelled to leave their country residences to seek profes- 
sional medical assistance in Baltimore, no institution offers greater facilities than 
the University Hospital, which presents, among other greater advantages, that of 
having six resident physicians, appointed by the Medical Faculty, all of whom are 
usually (two are always) in the building to carry out the instructions of the Pro- 
fessors. 
Board in Private Rooms, $14 to $20 Per Week. Board in Wards, $7 Per Week. 

MEDICAL STAFF OF THE HOSPITAL. 

Attending Physicians. 
PROF. C. W. MITCHELL, M.D., PROF. J. E. GICHNER, M.D., 

PROF. J. S. FULTON, M.D., PROF. J. M. CRAIGHILL, M.D.. 

PROF HARRY ADLER. M.D., PROF. GORDON WILSON. M.D., 

PROF. J. C. HEMMETER, M.D., LL.D., PROF. C. W. McELFRESH, M.D. 

Attending Surgeons. 
PROF. R. WINSLOW, M.D., PROF. ST. CLAIR SPRUILL, M.D., 

PROF. T. A. ASHBY, M.D., PROF. FRANK MARTIN, M.D., 

PROF. J. HOLMES SMITH. M.D., PROF. HIRAM WOODS, M.D., 

PROF. J. M. HUNDLEY, M.D. 
For Further Particulars, Apply to the Superintendent. 



Department of Arts and Sciences. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, ANNAPOLIS, MD. 

St. John's College has entered into an affiliation with the Schools of Medicine, 
Law, Dentistry and Pharmacy of the University of Maryland. 

The operation of these working relations is outlined as follows : 

First — Seniors in St. John's College may elect twelve requisite hours a week in 
the Law School of the University. The degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of 
Science is conferred upon such students at the end of the year. The Professional 
Degree may be reached in two years. 

Second — Students who have completed the Junior Year in St. John's College and 
who have made an approved choice of electives may, if they desire it, do the entire 
work of the Senior Year in the Medical School of the University. If they success- 
fully complete the work of the first medical year they are graduated with their class 
with the degree of A. B. from St. John's College. 

By taking advantage of this privilege a man may complete the Undergraduate 
and Medical courses in seven years. 

During three of these years or until he has completed the work of the Junior 
Class he is a resident student in St. John's College, and for four years he is a resi- 
dent in the Medical School in Baltimore. 

At the end of the fourth year he receives the A. B. Degree and at the end of the 
seven years the M. D. Degree, but credit from Medical School cannot be accepted in 
subjects for which credit has already been given in the College of Liberal Arts. 



FACULTY. 



THOMAS FELL, M. A., Ph. D., LL. D., D. C. L President. 

Professor of Moral Science. 

B. VERNON CECIL, M. A., Sc. D Vice-President. 

(Graduate of St. John's College.) 
Professor of Chemistry and Physics. 

JOHN B. WHITE, M. A., 

(Graduate of Geneva College.) 

Professor of Greek and Latin. 

BENJAMIN HARRISON WADDELL, M. A., 

(Graduate of Washington and Lee University.) 

Professor of Mathematics. 

C. W. STRYKER, M. A., 

(Graduate of Union College, New York.) 

Professor of History and Political Economy. 
JOHN BROCKWAY RIPPERE, B. A., M. A., 

(Graduate of Wesleyan University.) 

Professor of Latin. 

BARTGIS McGLONE, Ph. D., 

(Graduate of Johns Hopkins University.) 

P?vfessor of Biology. 

EDWARD HINMAN SIRICH, B. A., 

(Graduate of Johns Hopkins University.) 

Professor of French and German. 

RONALD E. FISHER, 14th Calvary, U. S. A., 

(Lieutenant of the United States Army.) 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics, and Lecturer on International 

and Constitutional Laic. 

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EDWIN STANLEY ARMSTRONG, M. A., 

(Graduate of University of Pennsylvania.) 
Professor of English. 

CHARLES G. EDISON, B. S. E. E., A. I. E. E. 

(Graduate of University of Tennessee.) 

Professor of Mechanical Engineering ; Associate American Institute 

of Electrical Engineers. 

A. W. WOODCOCK, Jk., M. A. 

(Graduate of St. John's College.) 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 

H. F. STURDY, B. A., 

(Graduate of St. John's College.) 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 

THOMAS L. GLADDEN, 

Superintendent of the Preparatory School and 

Instructor in English and Latin. 

ROSCOE E. GROVE, B. A., 

(Graduate of St. John's College.) 

Assistant in Preparatory School, and Instructor in Gymnastics. 

SARAH BERRY, 

Registrar, and Secretary for the President. 






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BAL r OF 



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THIRTY-SECOND 

ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT AND CATALOGUE 

of the 

DENTAL DEPARTMENT 

of the 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 







Northeast Corner Lombard and Greene Streets 
BALTIMORE, MD. 



SESSION 1913-1914 



Dental Practitioners and others desiring to receive the Annual Cat; 

logue regularly, are requested to send their Names and 

Addresses to the Dean 



SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. 

By an agreement just concluded between the two Institutions, the 
Dental Department of the Baltimore Medical College has been merged into 
the Dental Department of the University of Maryland. By this agree- 
ment, the members of the Faculty of this well-known Dental School 
become teachers and members of the Faculty of the Dental Department of 
the University of Maryland. 

All alumni of the Dental Department of the Baltimore Medical College 
are eligible to membership in the General Alumni Association of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland. 



CALENDAR. 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION. 
1913. 



June 1 to September 30 — Daily Clinics in Dental Infirmary. 

October 1 — Regular Session begins. 

October 15 — Re-examination of Deficient Students and Examination for 

Advanced Standing. 
November 27 — Thanksgiving Day, holiday. 
December 23 — Christmas Recess begins, 6 P. M. 



Christmas Recess. 
1914. 

January 5 — Lectures resumed, 9 A. M. 
February 22 — Holiday. 

April 20 (about) — Final Examinations begin. 

June 1 (about) — Commencement, Annual Meeting of Alumni Associa- 
tion. 



All communications for information relative to the DENTAL DEPART- 
MENT should be addressed to the Dean, T. O. Heatwole, M. D., D. D. S., 
Northeast Corner of Greene and Lombard Sts., Baltimore, Md. 



FACULTY OF THE DENTAL DEPARNMENT. 



T. O. HEATWOLE. Dean. 



FERDINAND J. S. GORGAS, A.M., M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor Emeritus of Dental Prosthesis. 

R. DORSEY COALE, A.M.. Ph.D., 
Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy. 

J. HOLMES SMITH. A.M., M D., 
Professor of Anatomy. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D.. LL.D. 

Professor of Physiology. 

TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Dental Materia Meclica and Therapeutics. 

ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S., 
Professor of Operative and Clinical Dentistry. 

• J. WILLIAM SMITH, D. D. S., 
Professor of Dental Prosthesis. 

* ELMER E. CRUZEN, D. D. S., 
Professor of Crown and Bridge Work and Ceramics. 

B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S., 
Professor of Oral Hygiene and Dental History. 

ELDRIDGE BASKIN. M.D., D.D.S., 
Associate Professor of Clinical Dentistry and Orthodontia. 

J. S. GEISER, D.D.S., 
Associate Professor of Dental Prosthesis and Operative and Prosthetic Technics. 

J. W. HOLLAND, M.D., 
Associate Professor of Anatomy. 

L. WHITING FARINHOLT, D.D.S., 
Demonstrator of Crown-Bridge, Porcelain and Inlay Work. 

CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D.D.S., 
Instructor of Histology and Dental Anatomy. 

ROBERT P. BAY, M.D., 
Instructor in Oral Surgery. 

ROBERT L. MITCHELL, M.D., 
Instructor of Bacteriology and Pathology. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Ph.G., 
Director of Chemical Laboratory. 

FRANCIS J. VALENTINE, A. M., D. D. S., 

Director of Dental Infirmary. 

WILLIAM A. REA. D.D.S., 
Chief Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

ALEX. H. PATTERSON, D.D.S., 
Demonstrator of Prosthetic Dentistry. 

S. WHITEFORD MOORE. D.D.S., 
Demonstrator of Anaesthesia and Analgesia. 

GEORGE F. DEAN, D.D.S., 
E. FITZROY PHILLIPS, D.D.S., 
CHARLES A. SHREEVE, D.D.S., 

Assistant Dental Demonstrators. 



ANNOUNCEMENT. 
1913-1914 . 



The course of instruction in the Dental Department of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland covers a period of three Sessions of seven months 
each, exclusive of holidays, in separate years. 

The Thirty-second Regular Session will begin October 1, 1913, and 
continue until about May 20, 1914. Full attendance during this period 
is demanded in order to get advancement to higher classes. Class Exami- 
nations for the Session will be held in October, January and April. 

This Department of the University of Maryland is a member, in gooc* 
standing, of the National Association of Dental Faculties, and conforms 
to all the rules and regulations of that body. 

Being an integral part of the Faculty of Physic, the students of this 
Dental Department have the advantage of receiving joint instruction with 
the medical students on the subjects embraced in both courses. Such a 
scheme of curriculum provides for the establishment of fraternalism dur- 
ing the training period and should make it easier to maintain a proper 
ethical relationship in after actual practice. 

The many men of eminence in professional, civil and social life, gradu- 
ates of this institution, distributed throughout the civilized world, will 
amply attest to the high standard and thorough training in vogue in the 
past, and no effort will be lost in an attempt to keep abreast of the devel- 
opment in the practical scientific advancement of the profession in the 
future. 

The Central Young Men's Christian Association maintains a Branch 
Association in the buildings of the University and students are eligible as 
active or as associate members, such membership procuring for them spe- 
cial privileges in the City Association. A Students' Bible Class has been 
in operation during the past sixteen years, resulting in the maintenance and 
promotion of Christian character and morality among the students. 

Aside from and independent of the Regular Session, this institution main- 
tains a Spring and Summer Course, which follows immediately the termi- 
nation of each Regular Session and continues until October 1st. This 
Course is intended for practical work only ; no credit for time thus put in 
is allowed toward graduation. The many advantages of the Spring and 
Summer Session for actual practice cannot be overestimated, as the number 
of patients applying for dental services is always very large and the Infirm- 
ary is never closed except on Sundays and other holidays. 

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REQUIREMENTS FOR MATRICULATION. 

The Requirements for Matriculation in the Dental Department of the 
University of Maryland are those established by rule of the National 
Association of Dental Faculties, of which body this institution is a mem- 
ber, viz., the completion of a four-year course in a standard high school, 
or its equivalent. 

(1) All applicants for matriculation must submit their credentials to 
the State Examiner, Mr. Isaac L. Otis, 1211 Cathedral St., Baltimore, 
Maryland, for verification. If found qualified, the Examiner will issue a 
Maryland Certificate, which entitles applicant to full matriculation. 

(2) Applicants holding credentials of at least three year's work in a 
standard high school may, upon verification by the Examiner and issu- 
ance of a conditional certificate, enter the work of the first year. The 
conditions stipulated by the Examiner must be removed and a clear 
entrance certificate presented before applicant will be admitted to the work 
of the second year. 

(3) Applicants lacking credentials may establish a rating by taking 
the entrance examinations given September 15-20, 1913; January 19-24, 
1914; June 15-20, 1914; September 14-19, 1914; which will cover the sub- 
jects included in the standard four year high school course. 

(4) Applicants are advised to make request of the Dean for special 
blank on which to report credentials to Examiner. 

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS. 

In order to receive credit for a full Session, each student must have 
entered and be in attendance not later than ten days after the beginning 
and remain until the close of the Regular Session, the dates for which have 
been announced in the Annual Catalogue. 

In case of sickness, attested by a physician's certificate, students may 
enter twenty days after the opening of the Regular Session. 

ADVANCED STANDING. 

Graduates from reputable and accredited medical colleges are admitted 
to the Junior Year and credits allowed on all subjects completed which are 
included in the Dental Course. 

Students from other recognized dental colleges will be given credit for 
all work completed in the institution from which they come. 

At the close of each Session, each student must pass a satisfactory 
examination on the several subjects of that year before he can be entered 
in the succeeding grade. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

The candidate for graduation must have attended three sessions of 
instruction in some recognized dental college, the last year of which must 
have been in this institution. 

He must have satisfied the requirements of each of the several instructors 
and proven himself proficient in the theory and practice of Dentistry. 

He must have attained the age of twenty-one years and be of good moral 
character. 

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Students may matriculate by mail by sending money order, or registered 
letter containing the amount of fee, $5.00, to Dr. T. O. Heatwole, Dean, 
Corner Greene and Lombard Sts., Baltimore, Md. 

FEES FOR EACH REGULAR WINTER COURSE. 

The Fees {with the exception of the Diploma Fee) must be paid as fol- 
Iovjs: One-half on the entrance day, and the balance during the first week 
of the succeeding January; this rule must be strictly observed. 

Matriculation (paid once only), $5.00. Tuition fee, $150.00. Diploma 
fee, $30.00. Dissecting fee (paid once only), $10.00. 

(The Diploma Fee must be paid by the first of April of the year of grad- 
uation.) 

A special ticket is issued at the close of each session to every student of 
the first and second year classes, as an evidence that he has passed success- 
fully, or unsuccessfully, examinations for advancement to a higher grade, 
and also has attended a full session. 

No assessment is made on candidates for graduation, the University bear- 
ing all the expenses attending the Commencement Exercises. 

Dental students who have attended three full Sessions in the University 
are privileged to attend a subsequent session on payment of a matriculation 
fee only. 

FEES FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER COURSES. 

The tuition fee for the Spring and Summer Course is $75, which must be 
paid by the first of June of each year, or on matriculation if the student 
enters later ; this amount will be deducted from fees of the next following 
Winter Session. 

NOTES. 

Laboratory and Infirmary lockers are assigned in order of matricula- 
tion. 

The Dean will advise parents or guardians of the progress being made 
and of the general conduct of students, when requested so to do. 

Students are required to provide themselves with such instruments as 
may be listed by the several instructors. 

Means are provided whereby students who are strangers in the city, by 
applying to the Dean's Office, may be suitably accommodated with lodg- 
ing, etc. 

A deposit is required of each Junior student, as a breakage fimd, apply- 
ing to Chemical Laboratory Course. 

Each Department of the University publishes exclusively its own list of 
matriculates. 

The Dean will be found in his office, in the Dental Building, corner 
Greene and Lombard Sts., at 2 :30 P. M., each weekday. 



Course of Study — Summary. 

Freshman Yeak. 
An atomy — Lectures, Demonstrations. 
Physiology — Lectures, Kecitations. 
Chemistry — Lectures. 
Materia Medica — Lectures, Kecitations. 
Operative Technics — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Prosthetic Technics — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Demonstrations, Laboratory. 
Practical Anatomy — Demonstrations. 
Histology — Lectures, Laboratory. 

Junior Year. 
Anatomy — Lectures. 
Physiology — Lectures, Recitations. 
Chemistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics — Lectures, Recitations. 
Clinical Dentistry — Lectures, Demonstrations. 
Operative Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Prosthetic Dentistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Practical Prosthetic Dentistry — Demonstrations, Laboratory. 

Senior Year. 
Oral Surgery — Lectures, Recitations. 
Bacteriology — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Pathology — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Orthodontia — Lectures, Clinics. 
Operative Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Prosthetic Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Clinical Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Oral Hygiene — Lectures, Clinics. 
Dental History — Lectures. 



DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION. 



DENTAL PROSTHESIS. 

J. WILLIAM SMITH, D. D. S. 
The course of instruction under this chair embraces a thorough treatise 
on the preparation and treatment of the mouth for artificial dentures; the 
art of securing perfect impressions of the parts to which substitutes are to 
he adjusted, together with a discussion of the materials and devices 
employed in the work; a comprehensive Study of model construction and 
I lie materials used for same, this being supplemented with definite instruc- 



tion on modes of manipulation best calculated to give satisfactory results. 
Also, a thorough study of approved methods of constructing artificial 
dentures on the various bases, such as vulcanite, celluloid, gold and other 
plate metal, and continuous gum work, the properties and special adapta- 
bility of the several bases to particular case- being treated in a comprehen- 
sive manner. 

The teaching from this chair is done through didactic lectures, reviews, 
demonstrations and work on practical cases. 

CHEMISTRY AND METALLURGY. 

PROF. R. DORSET. COALE, Ph.D. 

The aim of this course is to present to the student the most important 
facts and principles of Modern Chemistry in a plain but precise and scien- 
tific form. Special attention will be given to the mode of preparation, 
properties, etc., of the metals, alloys and the various compounds used in 
dental practice. 

The course of lectures will be fully illustrated by experiments, for which 
purpose the department is well supplied with apparatus. 

The didactic lecture course on Chemistry will be supplemented, during 
the Junior year, by laboratory experiments covering the work embraced 
in the theoretical teaching. The scope of work done is intended to make the 
subject practical and to afford opportunity to the student to prove for him- 
self the established laws of physical and chemical force, the affinity exist- 
ing between certain elements, and to give training in formula construction. 

ANATOMY. 

PROF. J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D. 

Anatomy will be taught in the most practical manner, not only by didac- 
tic lectures in the anatomical theatre, but by class demonstrations of oste- 
ology and syndesmology, under the supervision of an Associate Professor of 
Anatomy. The lectures on this fundamental branch of medicine and dental 
science will be amply illustrated with preparations, models, plates, draw- 
ings and dissected cadaver. Special reference will be made to the anatomy, 
microscopical and comparative, of the jaws, teeth, salivary glands and other 
organs and tissues contained within or accessory to the oral cavity. 

The teaching of this branch is graded and covers a period of two Ses- 
sions. The instruction during the First Year is given by an Associate Pro- 
fessor, who also has charge of the Practical Anatomy, this calling for the 
complete dissection of the whole human cadaver. 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

PROF. JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

The instruction in this department is graded and covers a period of two 
years. The work of the first half of the first year is applied to the subject 
of biology, under which a full study of the structure, life, action, growth 
and reproduction of living organisms is taken up. The latter half of the 
first year is given over to a study of the fundamental principles of physi- 
ology, such as will ground the student well in the science of living matter 
and its function, and a treatise on the circulatory and respiratory systems. 





The second-year course embraces a complete and comprehensive study 
of the vital phenomena of muscular action ; digestion ; heart, liver, kidneys 
and their functions ; the secretory and excretory glands, and the brain and 
nervous system. 

MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS. 
PROF. TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S. 

Two hours each week to each class are devoted to instruction in this 
branch. It is the aim to prepare the First Year students in the funda- 
mentals of Materia Medica, ground him well in symbols, special characters 
and definitions ; the laws governing the action of drugs, preparations, their 
mode of manufacture, relative strengths and dosage; the English and 
Metric systems of weights and measures, together with many other special 
and important basic details. 

The Junior Year work embraces the grouping of drugs under their physi- 
ologic action and therapeutic uses; preparations and doses of individual 
drugs, their toxicology, with treatment by chemical and physiologic anti- 
dotes; and general and local anaesthesia. Special attention is given to a 
study of all agencies employed to correct pathologic conditions occurring 
about the mouth. 

OPERATIVE AND CLINICAL DENTISTRY. 
PROF. ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S. 

The course from this Chair will comprise thorough practical instruc- 
tion in all dental operations such as filling, extracting, crowning and regu- 
lating the teeth ; the filling of pulp canals ; the treatment of alveolar abscess, 
diseased pulps, etc. All proper methods for performing operations on the 
teeth and tissues involved will be demonstrated at regular clinics. The 
various forms and qualities of gold and other metals will be carefully con- 
sidered, and the kind best suited for each particular case thoroughly 
explained and practically demonstrated in operations known to the pro- 
fession. The advantages and disadvantages of each particular form of 
gold will be carefully scrutinized. The methods of manipulating cohesive 
and non-cohesive gold foils will be carefully taught, as a knowledge of the 
uses of both forms is absolutely essential to a complete dental education. 
All plastic materials for filling teeth, such as amalgam, cements, etc., and 
the mode of manipulation will receive careful attention. 

The Professor of this branch has an Associate who at stated periods 
gives practical clinics at the Chair to sections of the several classes. 

CROWN— BRIDGE— PORCELAIN. 

ELMER E. CRUZEN, D. D. S. 

The teaching of this branch covers a graded course of three Sessions. All 
the various methods, appliances and materials employed in the work are 
minutely described by lectures delivered on the subject once each week. 
Demonstrations are also given and much time occupied in the supervision 
of experimental work assigned to students in the laboratory. The instructor 
of this branch assists in the practical work of this character being done in 
the Infirmary. 

Gold and porcelain inlay work, as well as baked porcelain crowns and 
bridges, receive the attention their importance demands. 

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ORAL HYGIENE AND DENTAL HISTORY. 

PROF. B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S. 

The subject of Oral Hygiene is claiming special consideration at the 
present time. It embraces a treatise on the factors present in the mouth 
which produce disease of the oral cavity and reflect their influence generally 
throughout the system. The study of this subject is presented by a course 
of lectures in the Third Year and includes the causes, results and treatment 
for the eradication of unhygienic and, therefore, dangerous conditions of 
the oral cavity. 

The course in Dental History, now regarded as a necessary part of the 
education of the Twentieth Century Oral Specialist, will embrace an expo- 
sition of the subject, from the crude methods in the days of antiquity to 
the wonderfully scientific and exact methods of the time in which we live. 

ORAL SURGERY. 

ROBERT P. BAY, M.D. 

The course of study on this branch is placed in the Senior Year, and 
consists of lectures on the etiology, pathology and treatment of all classes 
of tumors occurring in and about the mouth, face and head. Special clinics 
and demonstrations are given to the students of this department in the 
Hospital, which is located on the grounds of the University. The aim of 
this course is to familiarize the student with abnormal conditions incident 
to the field of his future operation and to thoroughly train him in the 
diagnosis of benign and malignant growths. 

HISTOLOGY. 

CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D.D.S. 

The Course in Histology is given in the First Year and is taught by 
both lectures and demonstrations in the laboratory. It is intended to 
familiarize the student with the minute anatomy of the various tissues and 
organs of the body. Students are trained in the proper use of the micro- 
scope and its accessories, and staining, mounting and properly manipulat- 
ing sections made for microscopic study. 

PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY. 
ROBERT L. MITCHELL, M.D. 
In the Third Year, general and special Pathology and Bacteriology are 
taught by didactic lectures, recitations and demonstrations in the labora- 
tory. Gross Pathology and Pathologic Histology are taught by personal 
demonstrations, the former embracing several hundred museum specimens. 
The course in Bacteriology includes practical technics and the study of 
special bacteria of the mouth. 

The laboratory is amply provided with microscopes and other necessary 
accessories for thorough teaching. The time devoted to both subjects will 
be three hours a week for the full seven months, the time being about 
equally divided between the two. 

ORTHODONTIA. 

PROF. ELDRIDGE BASKIN, M.D., D.D.S. 

The advancement of Dental Science has made this an important feature 

in the curriculum and in its consideration, special emphasis is laid on the 

knowledge of true or normal occlusion, the causes responsible for malocclu- 

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sion and classification of same. Special attention is given to the phe- 
nomena of tooth, movement and the various appliances required to correct 
malposed teeth. 

This branch also includes definite instruction on the harmony of facial 
lines, the strong points in facial expression, and an explanation of the 
necessity and method of adapting forces to the maldeveloped parts, making 
them more nearly ideal. 

The teaching of Orthodontia is done by a course of lectures and demon- 
strations on models and practical cases obtained from the daily clinics. 



Department of Technics. 

PROSTHETIC LABORATORY. 

ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S. 

Under the supervision of a chief demonstrator and his assistants, each 
member of the Junior and Senior Classes is required to construct experi- 
mental and practical dentures on the various bases recommended in the 
theoretical course on Dental Prosthesis. Special attention is given to details 
in impression taking, model construction, tooth selection for individual 
cases, their artistic arrangement with an eye single to normal facial resto- 
ration, proper articulation 2nd occlusion, swaging of metal bases and 
soldering. 

The instruction of this department is conducted on practical lines, which 
brings the teacher and pupil in personal contact. The facilities for carry- 
ing on the work are modern and complete, and every possible means pro- 
vided whereby a student may acquire proficiency in the art of substituting 
lost masticatory organs. 

PROSTHETIC TECHNICS. 
J. S. GEISER, D.D.S. 

Prosthetic Technics is taught during the first half of the First Session. 
The teaching is done by demonstrations and by personal supervision of 
vulcanite plate construction by the students, beginning with the partial set 
and leading up to the full denture. Each instrument and its use is 
explained and demonstrated. Likewise, all the materials employed in the 
process. At the close of the Course, a specimen piece is required from each 
student, upon which he is graded. 

OPERATIVE TECHNICS. 
J. S. GEISER, D.D.S. 

This instruction is given during the latter half of the First Year, and 
the purpose of it is to familiarize the student with the gross and minute 
anatomy of the natural teeth, to impart the essentials of cavity prepara- 
tion and to enable him to locate what are termed the pulp chamber and the 
root canals, to demonstrate the several cavity and canal filling materials, 
and to train the beginner in manipulation of instruments about the mouth. 

At the termination of the Course, each student is required to prepare a 
cavity and insert ;i cohesive gold filling, this being the basis of his grade 
for the work in ibis branch. 

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INFIRMARY CLINIC. 

The Infirmary and Dental Department of the University of Maryland 
is a large, commodious, thoroughly equipped room, 100 by 33 feet in 
dimensions, with ample window space to supply sufficient light for opera- 
tions in the mouth. 

This room is open to the general public every day, except Sundays and 
other holidays, from 1.30 to 6 P. M., and the many thousands of patients 
who present themselves during the Session supply abundant means for 
practical experience to the students of the several classes. This has made 
of it one of the best clinics in the country. 

ANAESTHESIA AND EXTRACTING. 

Supplemental to the theoretical instruction given to the students on the 
subject of Anaesthesia through the Chair of Materia Medica and Therapeu- 
tics, special clinics and demonstrations are provided for and conducted in 
connection with the extracting room clinic. 

The many patients coming to this clinic each day give opportunity for 
practical experience and the development of skill in tooth extraction. 
Special attention is given to different cases by the demonstrator in charge, 
such as the extraction of impacted teeth, the skillful removal of roots with 
the least possible mutilation of surrounding parts, the proper methods for 
lancing abscesses, and other incidents accompanying extraction. 

PRACTICAL ANATOMY. 

The instruction given in this section is a part of the First Year Course. 
Each student is required to dissect an entire human subject, material for 
which is supplied by the University. The work is done during stated 
hours of each weekday, under the personal supervision of the Associate 
Professor of Anatomy and his assistants. 

HOSPITAL CLINICS. 

The advantages of the University Hospital, which is situated in the 
group of University buildings, are at all times open to the students of the 
Dental Department. All classes of operations are conducted in the special 
amphitheatre, which affords, through its peculiar arrangement, splendid 
opportunity for students to view the technique of the surgeon at his work. 
By attendance on these clinics, the students also gain practical information 
on the use of anaesthetics, both general and local, which are in daily use. 

TEXT-BOOKS. 

Opekative Dentistry: Johnson, Kirk. 

Prosthetic Dentistry : Richard, Turner. 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics : Prinz, Buckley, Gorgas, Stevens. 

Physiology : Haliburton, Kirke. 

Anatomy : Gray. 

Chemistry : Simons. 

Histology : Piersol, Storh, Schaefer, Hill. 

Orthodontia : Angle, Talbott, Guilford, Jackson. 

Bacteriology : Abbott, McFarland. 

Pathology : McConnell. 

Oral Surgery : Blair, Underwood, Marshall. 

Dental Anatomy : Broumell. 

Medical Dictionary: Gould, Lippincott, Stedman. 



PRIZES. 

The following prizes were awarded to members of the Senior, Junior and 
Preshman Classes of this Dental Department for the Session of 1912-13: 

The University Gold Medal for the Highest Grade at the Final Examina- 
tions — Arthur Louis Strenge. 

Honorable Mention for Second Highest Grade — Leroy David Brown. 

Roll of Honor (ten students of the Senior Class with highest standing, 
exclusive of First Honor, in order named) — Leroy David Brown, John 
Anthony Tansey, Roy Raymond Newman, Raymond White Brockett, 
Roscoe MiDDLETON Farrell, William Lorick Kibler, Hunter E. Har- 
vey, Leo Jambs O'Hearn, John Wise Ross, Norman Leslie Niedentohl. 

SENIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

The James H. Harris Gold Medal (for best Non-Cohesive Gold Filling) 

DURWARD TALMAGE WALLER. 

First Honorable Mention — Raymond White Brockett. 

Second Honorable Mention — William Lorick Kibler. 

Prof, F. J. S. Gorgas Gold Medal (for best Cohesive Gold Filling)— 
Arthur Louis Strenge. 

First Honorable Mention — Allie Young Russell. 

The Prof. I. H. Davis Gold Medal (for best Combination Gold Filling) 
— Philip Frederick Morse Gilley. 

First Honorable Mention — Roscoe Middleton Farrell. 

The Prof. B. Merrill Hopkinson Gold Medal (for best Oral Hygiene 
Exhibit) — Arthur Louis Strenge. 

The Alex. H. Pater son Gold Medals (for best Partial Upper Set of Teeth 
on Metal) — Rafael Reineke, Norman Fiery LeCron. 

Honorable Mention — Arthur Louis Strenge. 

Gold Medal (for best Senior Class Crown and Bridge Work) — Roscoe 
Middleton Farrell. 

Honorable Mention — Harvey Richard Hege. 
JUNIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

Gold Medal (for best Combination Set of Teeth) — Leslie Dunbar Bell. 

First Honorable Mention — B. J. Hammet, Jr. 

Second Honorable Mention — Ulises Odio. 

The Charles R. Deeley Gold Medal (for best Junior Class Crown and 
Bridge Work) — Leslie Dunbar Bell. 

Honorable Mention — Miss Eva C. Carter. 

FRESHMAN CLASS PRIZES. 

The Luther B. Benton Gold Medal (for best Vulcanite Set of Teeth) — 
A. S. Loewenson. 

First Honorable Mention — H. Leroy Richards. 

Second Honorable Mention — H. W. Paul. 

The Dr. L. W. Farinholt Gold Medal (for best Freshman Class Crown 
and Bridge Work) — A. S. Loewenson. 

Honorable Mention — J. R. Walker. 

The Dr. J. S. Geiser Gold Medal (for best Freshman Class Cohesive 
Gold Filling) — Miss Elsie Roof. 

First Honorable Mention — A. S. Loewenson. 
Second Honorable Mention — Miss Lois McKeown. 



GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1913 



Nathaniel Barnard West Virginia 

Andrew Jackson Bedenbaugh South Carolina 

Clarence Erwin Bixby Vermont 

Thomas Black, Jr South Carolina 

Raymond White Brockett Connecticut 

Leroy David Brown Florida 

George Austin Bunch, Jr South Carolina 

Percy Albert Bunn * Massachusetts 

Elbert Charles Carpenter New York 

Charles Henry Casey Rhode Island 

James William Davies Ca ^K a 

Juan J. de Jongh y Jordan Cuba 

Jean Baptists Walter Dion Massachusetts 

W r alter A. Dooley New York 

Roscoe Middleton Farrell North Carolina 

Edward James Fitzgerald Maine 

Joel Fleishman Rhode Island 

William Edward Flynn Rhode Island 

Edward Freischlag New York 

Albert Conrad Getz Maryland 

Philip Frederick Morse Gilley Maine 

Edwin Eouis Goldbebg Pennsylvania 

Jacob A. Greenbebg Maryland 

Hunteb E. Harvey Virginia 

Harvey Richard Hege North Carolina 

William H. Herein North Carolina 

Theron J. Hickey Pennsylvania 

James Warren Holt Massachusetts 

William Percy Hunter Virginia 

William Gideon Hylton Virginia 

Oliver Louis Jenkins Maryland 

William Lorick Kibler South Carolina 

Harry Clifford King Maryland 

Alfred Godfrey Kinum New York 

Emanuel Krieger Maryland 

Norman Fiery LeCron Maryland 

William Ernest McIntosh South Carolina 

Leroy McMurray South Carolina 

Leonard Conrad Mainz New York 

Frederick J. Marshall Connecticut 

John J. Moran New Hampshire 

Roy Raymond Newman New York 

Norman Leslie Niedentohl Maryland 

Edward Jos. O'Brien Massachusetts 

Leo James O'Hearn Massachusetts 

Oscar A. Planells Cuba 

Charles Benton Pratt, Jr North Carolina 

Rafael Antonio Porfirio Reineke Cuba 

John Leo Renehan Connecticut 

John Wise Ross Virginia 

Allie Young Russell North Carolina 

Rexford Ray Sartelle Virginia 

Joseph Henry Scanlon Rhode Island 

Abraham Segal Virginia 

J. Marion Sims Smathers Pennsylvania 

Robert Boyer Smith Pennsylvania 

Arthur Louis Strenge Massachusetts 

John Anthony Tansey New York 

Edward A. Troxler North Carolina 

Durward Talmage Waller North Carolina 

Harry Douglass W t ray West Virginia 

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CATALOGUE OF DENTAL STUDENTS 



SESSION 1912=1913. 



AH of these Matriculates conformed to the requirements for Admission as 
Specified by the Annual Catalogue for each year. 

SENIOR CLASS. 
Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Arch, Alphonso Mexico Dr. Geo. E. Truitt. 

Barnard, Nathaniel West Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Bedenbaugh, A. J South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Bixby, Clarence E Vermont Dr. W. L. Bixby. 

Black, Thomas, Jr South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Brockett, Raymond W Connecticut Dr. Marshall Peck. 

Brown, Leroy D Florida Univ. of Md. 

Bunch, George A., Jr South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Bunn, Percy A Massachusetts Dr. J. A. Daudelin. 

Carpenter, Elbert C New York Univ. of Md. 

Casey, Charles H Rhode Island Dr. Burgess Hayes. 

Da vies, James W Canada Univ. of Md. 

De Jongh, Juan J Cuba Dr. A. Sagebien. 

Dooley, Walter A New York Dr. F. L. Dooley. 

Dion, J. B. Walter Massachusetts Dr. Arthur Gravel. 

Farrell, Roscoe M North Carolina Dr. R. H. Ellington. 

Fitzgerald, E. J Maine Dr. J. B. Ellis. 

Fleishman, Joel Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

Flynn, William Edw Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

Freischlag, Edward New York Dr. C. P. Freischlag. 

Getz, A. C Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Gilley, P. F. M Maine Univ. of Md. 

Goldberg, Louis Pennsylvania Univ. of Md. 

Goyco, Raymond J Porto Rico Univ. of Md. 

Greenberg, Jacob Maryland Dr. A. Grunberg. 

Harvey, Hunter E Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Hege, Harvey It North Carolina Dr. Phin. Horton. 

Herbin, William H North Carolina Dr. J. A. Roach. 

Hickey, Theron J Pennsylvania Dr. J. W. Hickey. 

Holt, James W Massachusetts Dr. H. C. Breault. 

Hubbard, Noble T Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Hunter, William P Virginia Dr. H. M. Eckenrode. 

Hylton, William G Virginia Dr. J. M. Harman. 

Jenkins, Oliver L Maryland Dr. A. L. Bumgarner. 

Keller. Herbert E New Jersey Dr. J. T. Lillis. 

Kibler, William L South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

King, Harry C Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Kinuin, Albert G New York Univ. of Md. 

Krieger, Emanuel Maryland Univ. of Md. 

LeCron, Norman F Maryland Dr. S. L. LeCron. 

Mcintosh, William E South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

McMurray, Leroy South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Mainz, Leonard C New York Dr. Geo. Downey. 

Marshall, Frederick J Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

Moran, John J New Hampshire Dr. P. H. Moran. 

Newman, Roy R New York Dr. R. W. Jackman. 

Niedentobl, Norman L Maryland Dr. D. E. Duff. 

O'Brien, Edward J Massachusetts Dr. Perout. 

O'Hearn, Leo Massachusetts Dr. M. W. Flyim. 

Plannells, Oscar A Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Pratt, Charles Benton, Jr. North Carolina Dr. J. A. Roach. 

Reineke, Rafael Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Riba, Oswaldo Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Riba, Pedro J. B. J Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Renehan, John L Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

Ross, John W Virginia Univ. of Md. 

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Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Russell, A. Young North Carol ma Univ. of Md. 

Sartelle, R. Ray Virginia Dr. B. M. Rosgel. 

Scanlon, Joseph H Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

Segal, Abraham Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Smathers, J. M. S Pennsylvania Univ. of Md. 

Smith, R. B Pennsylvania Dr. F. B. Smith. 

Strenge, Arthur L Massachusetts Dr. Geo. J. Andler. 

Tansey, John A New York Univ. of Md. 

Troxler, E. A North Carolina Dr. E. H. Hopkins. 

Waller, D. T North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Wray, Harry D West Virginia Univ. of Md. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 
Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Ackrill. Frank H Connecticut Dr. B. C. Burgess. 

Bell, Leslie D Bermuda, B. W. I Watlington & Clark. 

Boazman, F. E South Carolina Dr. W. O. Holloway. 

Bristol. Frank R New York Univ. of Md. 

Bundy, Willard C Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

Carter, Miss E. C Virginia Dr. C. W. Link. 

Carvalho, Joseph C Massachusetts Univ. of Md. 

Cocco, Salvador A San Domingo Univ. of Md. 

Cooley, J. J Massachusetts Dr. J. M. Cornell. 

Dunn, Morris Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

*Fahey, M. F Maryland Dr. Eugene Watson. 

Fajardo, Armado Cuba Dr. H. A. Infante. 

Foley, Harold Massachusetts Dr. J. F. Sheehan. 

Gibbs, Wallace D North Carolina Dr. A. S. Wells. 

Goldstrom, Lewis, Jr Maryland Dr. J. S. McClees. 

Groves, Mike South Carolina Dr. J. E. Molony. 

Guard, Benj. A Virginia Dr. W. C. Shirley. 

Guerra, M. G Massachusetts Univ. of Md. 

Hachman, Elmer E Maryland Dr. H. T. Robinson. 

*Handback, T. I 

Hammet, B. J., Jr South Carolina Dr. B. H. Teague. 

Harbaugh, Dalton L Pennsylvania Dr. S. L. LeCron. 

Highkin, David S Maryland Dr. E. Nordin. 

Hoy, Joseph F Massachusetts Dr. H. C. R. Breault. 

Hyde, H. E West Virginia Dr. A. B. Rees. 

Lasch, Henry Connecticut Dr. R. E. Beardsley. 

Lewis, Herbert F New Hampshire Univ. of Md. 

Mendelsohn, A Maryland Dr. Samuel Roth. 

Miller, Chester Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Mitchell, Joseph S Massachusetts Univ. of Md. 

Odio. Ulises Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Okugawa, S. S Japan Dr. M. O. Sipes. 

Olive. R. M North Carolina Dr. P. W. Olive. 

O'Neil, Thomas F Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

O'Neil, Wm. F Vermont Univ. of Md. 

Payne, Percy P Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Phelan, Henry T Rhode Island Dr. J. P. Massicotte, 

Pieper, Henry J New York Univ. of Md. 

Quirt, Solomon Maryland Dr. William Qnitt 

Richards, W. R Maryland Dr. W. Jones. 

Robinson. J. B West Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Roca, Vincente Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Ruppersberger, Charles Maryland Dr. W. T. Voigt. 

Sheehan. John P New York Dr. M. E. Williams. 

Stein. M. E Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Summerfield, J. H Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Taylor, W. C North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Wells. B. Sargent West Virginia Dr. Wm. J. Koelz. 

Worsham. A. Earle North Carolina Dr. L. T. Smith. 

Wright. W. T Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Yost. Edwin C Virginia Dr. B. M. RozeL 

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FRESHMAN CLASS. 
Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Allen, T. Ray .North Carolina 

Buist, Charles A South Carolina 

Canedo, Jose Y., Jr Mexico 

Castanos, Carlos J Mexico 

*Call, S. M., Jr North Carolina 

Casstevens, H. E North Carolina 

♦Cordner, James N New York 

Danf orth, David C Texas 

Epting, Clyde K North Carolina 

Etheridge, James F Maryland 

Fairbanks, Walter II Connecticut 

Feindt, William, Jr New Jersey 

*Fridy, C. J Florida 

Herrington, F. N Michigan 

Honick, Henry Maryland 

Hughes. D. C Virginia 

Loewenson, A. S Maryland 

Loomis, H. J New York 

♦Lynaugh, E. A Massachusetts 

McGinnis, W. L Virginia 

McKeown, Miss Lois E. . .North Carolina 

McLean, Henry North Carolina 

McMillan, B. F North Carolina 

Mallen, Jose B Porto Rico 

Medina. John B Mexico 

♦Morgan, L. S., M.D China 

Mitchell, W. S Virginia 

Morales, Jose Florida 

Newton, H. D Pennsylvania 

O'Connell, Christopher J. .Massachusetts 

Paul, H. W Australia 

Purcell, John J., Jr New York 

Quintero. Frank Mexico 

Richards, H. L Connecticut 

Roof, Miss Elsie Germany 

Scruggs, Wilbur M North Carolina 

Secrest, J. R North Carolina 

Simons, L. V North Carolina 

Walberg, Chas. V Connecticut 

Walker, J. R Maryland 

Waterman, H. E., Phar.D . Texas 

Webster. B. H North Carolina 

♦Witmeyer, H. Y Pennsylvania 

♦Did not attend session. 



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Matriculates of the Dental Department of the 
Baltimore Medical College, 1912-1913. 



The following students were matriculates in the Dental Department of 
the Baltimore Medical College for the session prior to merger with the 
Dental Department of the University of Maryland. 

DENTAL SENIOR CLASS— 1912-1913. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor, 

Allen, B. H Connecticut P. F. Kumpitsch, D. D. S. 

Cainara, J. A Porto Rico J. Leandro Montalvo, M. D. 

Challener, J. C Pennsylvania Faculty. 

Delaney, J. A Virginia T. B. Cochran, D. D. S. 

Gayle, L. L Virginia Frank B. Longan, D. D. S. 

♦♦Garelick, Geo New York L. Pabirsky, D. D. S. 

Guildford, A. E Connecticut A E. Guildford, D. D. S. 

Huot, O. P Rhode Island A. P. Coti, D. D. S. 

Kreshtool. I. K Russia A. Goberman, D. D. S. 

LaBelle, F. L Massachusetts W. M. LaBelle, D. D. S. 

Libby, L. S Maine A. B. Libby, M. D. 

Matteson, P. A Vermont Fredk. S. Braley, D. D. S. 

Pomeroy, E. W Connecticut M. W. Haag, D. D. S. 

Robinson, W. T Virginia J. F. Robinson. D. D. S. 

Sears, D. M Connecticut M. W. Belzer, D. D. S. 

Smith, A. T Maryland Faculty. 

Stover, G. F Pennsylvania M. C. Dunnick, M. D. 

Swaim, John North Carolina J. D. Gregg, D. D. S. 

Sweeney, F. A Massachusetts 13. J. Sweeney, M. D. 

Thompson, J. F Connecticut Faculty. 

Topping, H. E Virginia J. F. Robinson, D. D. S. 

Topping, J. E Virginia J. F. Robinson, D. D. S. 

DENTAL GRADUATES— 1912-1913. 

Allen, Bernard Habt Connecticut 

Camaba, Jobge Aristides Porto Rico 

Challener, John Claspeb Pennsylvania 

Gayle, Leavelle Lee Virginia 

Guildford, Alfred Ernest Connecticut 

IIuot, Oscar Pierre Rhode Island 

Kreshtool, Isadore K Russia 

Libby, Lewis Simpson Maine 

Matteson, Peleg Austin Vermont 

Pomeroy, Eltwood William Connecticut 

Robinson, William Thomas Virginia 

Stover, Guy Frederick Pensylvania 

Swaim, John North Carolina 

Sweeney, Frank Aloysius Massachusetts 

Thompson, John Francis. Connecticut 

Topping, Howard Emory Virginia 

Topping, John Edward Virginia 

** Session not completed. 

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PRIZES AND STANDING IN CLASS. 

Magna Cum Laude and College Medal — Peleg Austin Matteson, Ver- 
mont. Cum Laude — William Thomas Robinson, Virginia ; John Francis 
Thompson, Connecticut ; Alfred Ernest Guildford, Connecticut ; Eltwood 
William Pomeroy, Connecticut. Prizes Awarded in Gold Filling Con- 
test — Vulcanizer, to William Thomas Robinson, Virginia; Somnoform 
Outfit, to Isadore K. Kreshtool, Russia ; Card Index System, to John Clas- 
per Challener, Pennsylvania; Coates Die-Plate and Swager, to Leavelle 
Lee Gayle, Virginia. 



DENTAL JUNIOR CLASS— 1912-1913. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor, 

Adams. W. W Massachusetts L. P. McGovern, D. D. S. 

Asking, F. B Massachusetts E. Archen, D. D. S. 

Belaud, W. G Massachusetts C. C. Tessier, D. D. S. 

Bell, J. P Prince Edward Island F. Cashman, D. D. S. 

Bibeau, R. A Massachusetts W. M. LaBelle, D. D. S. 

Bross, A. A Connecticut Faculty. 

Dentry, C. G Maryland W. F. Schricker,M.D.,D.D.S. 

Dunphy, G. A Rhode Island J J. Dwyer, D. D. S. 

♦Fletcher, A. J Massachusetts A. F. McCann, Jr., D. D. S. 

Foster, H. B North Carolina J. D. Gregg, D. D. S. 

Foster, H. K North Carolina J. 1). Gregg. D. D. S. 

Frederick, J. H Maryland Edward Stieff, D. D. S. 

Gross, B Connecticut M. W. Belzer, D. D. S. 

*J. Halperin Russia Faculty. 

Holmes, M. C Massachusetts Faculty. 

Jenkins, W. T West Virginia Faculty. 

** Johnston, G. S Maine Justin Rogers, D. D. S. 

Lacy. H. B Virginia E. W. Twyman, M. D. 

La riviere, E Massachusetts E. Archen, D. D. S. 

Leininger, J. J New York W. H. S. Martin, D. D. S. 

Lepine, A. II Massachusetts J. A. Campagna, D. D. S. 

Levenson, J New Jersey Dr. Greenwood, M. D. 

Mara, C. W Connecticut Harry Hotaling, D. D. S. 

Merrill, A. J Connecticut S D. Merrill, D. D. S. 

Radice, J. R New York L M. Schafer, D. D. S. 

Rogers, F. 1 Massachusetts Faculty. 

Samuel. J. II Massachusetts Geo. H. Samuel, D. D. S. 

Sanders, C. M South Carolina J. O. Sanders, M. D. 

•Schwalb, O New York Edward G. Clifton, M. D. 

Spoon, T. L North Carolina J. D. Gregg, D. D. S. 

Tinsley, J. C Virginia R C. Lewis, D. D. S. 

Vail, F. II Connecticut George F. Vail, M. D. 

Webb, H. E. B Maryland F. A. Grantz, M. D. 

Whalen, G. J Massachusetts E. C. Conroy, A. M., M. I). 

*Not in attendance. 
** Session not completed. 



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DENTAL FRESHMAN CLASS -1912-1913. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor, 

Amoss, J. J Maryland H K. Spencer, M. D. 

•Arroyo, A. F Porto Rico Faculty. 

Baldwin, W. W Virginia C. 1). Combs, M. D. 

Barrett, J. F New Jersey Faculty. 

♦♦Beers, G. K New York Frank St. John, I). I). S. 

Bird, W. It New York C. H. Bird, I). I). S. 

Burch, G. A Connecticut Faculty. 

♦♦Cooper, II. M Maryland J. V. darken, M. D. 

♦♦Dammenhayn, W Saxony J W. Derlin, D. D. S. 

♦*] >eviney, J. S North Carolina Faculty. 

♦Diaz, R Porto Rico L. Garcia Cardona, M. 1). 

Dutton, M. W Virginia B. B. Dutton, M. I). 

Fa rr, J. W Connecticut Faculty. 

Calvin, It. E Maryland Paul Steiner, I). I). S. 

Gilbert, F. T Connecticut Faculty. 

Glass, B. F Pennsylvania Faculty. 

♦Goldberg, A. M Maryland Allen Etheridge. Jr., D.D.S. 

Hayes, F. C Massachusetts Win. F. Hayes, D. D. S. 

Hebert, A. H. E Massachusetts A. Barre, M. D. 

♦Herlihy, J. F Massachusetts J. A. Warren, D. D. S. 

Holmes, J Massachusetts M. C. Holmes, I). D. S. 

♦♦Humphrey, C. E North Carolina Faculty. 

* Kersey, J. J New Hampshire Faculty. 

Kramar, C. S Virginia C. R. Rexrode, M. D. 

♦Lacy, M New York B. C. Leslie, D. D. S. 

Leamy, E. J Rhode Island J. F. Heffernan, D. D. S. 

♦Lobel, N ' New York Jacques Lobel, Esq. 

Lynaugh, E. A Massachusetts John T. Moore, M. D. 

Magee, J. a New York C. G. Myers, D. D. S. 

♦MacDermott, C. H Maine Faculty. 

♦♦MacDonald, W Maryland Faculty. 

Mclntyre, H Prince Edward Island J. D. Mclntyre, M. D. 

Motto, V. D Connecticut J. F. Thompson, D. D. S. 

♦♦Potvin, H. G Massachusetts W. M. LaBelle, D. D. S. 

Pou-Gomez, C Porto Rico Luis C. Boneta, M. D. 

Quinn, G. H Connecticut J. F. Quinn, M. D. 

Remy, L. J Massachusetts Raymond Couture, D. D. S. 

♦Reynolds, J. E Massachusetts Faculty. 

♦*Rolenson, J. R Porto Rico Luis C. Boneta, M. D. 

*Roque, J Porto Rico Faculty. 

Ruden, A Connecticut Faculty. 

Shapiro, A Maryland Faculty. 

Shapiro, P Russia ITaculty. 

Smith, B. B Pennsylvania Faculty. 

Smith, F. H New York F. C. St. John, D. D. S. 

Thompson, J. R South Carolina W. Thompson, M. D. 

Warren. F. O Massachusetts Faculty. 

Warren, J. E Massachusetts Faculty. 

Wolk, J. J New York L. Levy, D. D. S. 

♦♦York, A. C North Carolina Stephen W. Caddell, M. U. 

♦Not in attendance. 
♦♦Session not completed. 



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GRADUATES 

OF THE 

University of Maryland, Dental Department. 



Aiken, D., S. 1890 Bass, Chas. DeL., North Car. .1910 Boyle, T. L., New York 191 

Aiken, A. A., Texas 1897 Baskin, Eldridge, South Car.. 1903 Boyle, Elvie S., Maryland 189 

Aiken, R. W., Texas 1901 Bates, Robt. A., Virginia 1888 Boyajian, Garabed, Turkey... 188 

Albrecht, J., Germany 1887 Baugher, Wm. L., Virginia. . .1912 Braendle, S. E., Pennsylvania. 189: 

Albright, T. W., New York.. 1884 Baylis, Chas. F., New York... 1892 Bragdon, Chas. J., Maine 1891 

Allaire, A. J., Massachusetts. . 1910 Beachley, Wm. E., Maryland. .1890 Bragg, K. R., Missouri 1881 

Alexander, C. T., Georgia 1899 Beadles, E. Payson, Virginia. .1885 Bragg, Laurence A., Virginia. .190! 

Allen, L. T., Canada 1912 Beall, Chas. E., Virginia 1898 Bratton, Daniel, Maryland 191 

Allen, W. Ed., Maryland 1901 Bean, J. H., Massachusetts 1888 Bradford, H. C, Virginia 1881 

Allen, J. C, New York 1905 Beale, John C. C, Maryland. .1892 Brawner, Chas. J., Georgia. . .188' 

Allen, H. Roy, Vermont 1906 Beck, Frank, Pennsylvania. . . .1889 Breault, H. 0. Raoul, Conn 189' 

Allen, Robt. E., North Car 1908 Becker, Charles F., Penna 1902 Breeden, B. B., South Car 188: 

Allison, G., Virginia 1900 Bedenbaugh, A. J., South Car.. 1913 Bressler, W. C, Penna 188. 

Allwine, Harry W., Nebraska. . 1891 Bedinger, A. F. G., New York.. 1903 Bressler, Geo. L., Penna 189< 

Allworth, Jas. D., New York. .1908 Belcher, L. L., West Va 1908 Bresnahan, John H., Maine... 190 

Alton, W. Wolsley, Canada. . .1892 Bell, Mabrey B., Maryland 1896 Briggs, E. Fred., Maine 190: 

Amend, Emil, Germany 1886 Bell, A. Marvin, Canada 1903 Brobst, Millard C, Ohio 190. 

Anderson, J. P., South Car 1891 Bemis, A. A., Massachusetts.. .1887 Brockett, Raymond W., Conn.. 191: 

Anderson, W. C, Virginia. ... 1892 Benjamin, Jas. G., Montana. ..1891 Broecking, A., Germany 189' 

Anderson, Fred S., Canada. . . .1897 Best, John P., South Car 1896 Brook, Geo. G. F., California. . 189' 

Anderson, W. E., South Car. ..1898 Besore, J. Henry, Maryland. . .1897 Brookes, S. O., Virginia 189' 

/Anderson, Geo. J., Maine 1902 Bereston, Arthur, Maryland.. .1909 Brooker, P. DuB., South Car.. 189' 

Anderson, J. F., North Car.... 1909 Berkhimer, H. L., Penn 1904 Brooks, Archie C, New York.. 190 

Anders, F. R., North Car 1910 Bernhardt, D. A., Penna 1912 Brotherton, Sam. S., Iowa 189 

Ansley, C. D., Massachusetts. .1910 Berry, Wm. C, Virginia 1888 Brown, Claude D., Virginia. . .188: 

Apple, Robt. O., North Car 1907 Berry, John R., Virginia 1890 Browne, Wilbur F., Maine 189: 

Apple, Troy A., North Car.... 1907 Berryhill, A. M., North Car... 1907 Brown, Fred. H., Vermont. . .189: 

Applewhite, E. J., Virginia. .. 1907 Beville, Alex. J., Texas 1892 Brown, M. M., Mississippi 189! 

Archambault, M., Rhode Isl 1905 Bigham, Jas. B., South Car... 1884 Brown, Wm. S., Jr., S. Car... 189' 

Armstrong, H. T., Canada 1896 Binder, Harry W., Maryland. . 1912 Brown, Wm. S., Maryland 189! 

Armstrong Robt. E., Iowa. . . .1900 Birdsall, Chas. C, New York. .1901 Brown, John F., Maryland. . . .190' 

Arnold, F. L., Rhode Island.. 1893 Bishop, 0. H., New York 1896 Brown, John H., Ohio 188- 

Arnold, Jos. P., Texas 1900 Bishop Chas. G., New York... 1902 Brown, A. Stanley, Maryland .. 1 90i 

Arthur, Walter C, Penna 1895 Bixby, Clarence E., Vermont. .1913 Brown, Leroy D., Florida 191. 

Asbill, F. G., South Carolina. .1892 Black, John A., New Jersey.. 1912 Brown, Lewis R., Arizona 190: 

Ashbrook, Wm. B., Penna 1895 Black, Thos., Jr., South Car.. .1913 Brown, Samuel B., Maryland. .1901 

Atchison, H. W., West Va 1908 Blackiston, T. C, West Va...l888 Brown, H. N., Rhode Island.. 19H 

Austin, Aug. L., West Va 1901 Blackwelder, L. D., Penna... .1895 Brown, J. O., Pennsylvania. . .190- 

Austin, N. E., New York 1910 Blackburn, Frank G., Penna... 1903 Browning, J. B., Rhode Isl...l90< 

Aven, Chas. G., Virginia 1889 Blair, Jos. P., Virginia 1889 Bruce, Wm. W., West Va 188i 

Avery, S. De L., South Car 1893 Blaisdell, H. W., New Hamp.,1910 Bruce, George L., Maryland. .189: 

Ayer, J. M., North Carolina. . 1890 Blakeslee, G. W., New York.. 1888 Bruce, Wallace B. f Maryland. .1911 

Ayers, Charle6 E., Penna 1897 Blakeslee, F. E., New York... 1894 Brugeille, Emile, France 188i 

Bachman, A. M. C, Maryland. 1901 Blalock, Capers W., Florida. . .1891 Bucher, Jesse 0., Virginia. .. .190< 

Bachman, E. H., Maryland. .. 1909 Blanchard, P. H., Vermont. . .1912 Buchannan, W. F., North C...190! 

Baden, Frank A., Maryland. .. 1886 Blatt, D. F., Maryland 1912 Buhrman, Roy A., Maryland. .190! 

Badger, Aug. P., Maryland 1889 Blatt, Harry G., Maryland 1905 Buhtz, Martin, Germany 1891 

Baer, Benj. F., Penna 1888 Bliss, Barnet, Russia 1896 Bumgerner, A. L., Penna 1891 

Bagby, H. C, M. D., Calif 1891 Blauvelt, D. B., New York 1887 Bumgarner, Wm. D., Penna... 190: 

Bailey, M. A., South Car 1885 Blubaugh, C. B., M.D., W.Va...l884 Bunch, George A., Jr., So. 0..191! 

Bailey, E. J., South Car 1889 Bobbitt, A. M., North Car 1900 Bunn, Percy Albert, Mass 191! 

Baker, Jos. Maben, Arkansas. .1887 Bodine, S. D., Penna 1897 Burckhalter, G. W., Georgia. . 190: 

Baker, H. Clagett, West Va...l895 Bohnson, John C, Maine 1904 Burfeind, Wm. M. H., Calif... 189- 

Baker, Albert D., Maryland. .. 1897 Bond, Wm. H., Georgia 1912 Burd, W. S., Pennsylvania. . .189! 

Baker, Jas. H., North Car 1899 Bonney, Harold E., Virginia. .1912 Burgess, B. C, Connecticut. . .1901 

Baker, Wm. J., Penna 1896 Bonnoitt, L. W., Virginia. . . .1911 Burgess, J. H., South Car 1881 

Baker, Luther P., North Car.. 1907 Bookhart, T. W., South Car... 1886 Burk, A. H., New Jersey 191! 

Baldwin, J. H., Kentucky. ... 1883 Boswell, Henry H., Maryland. 1884 Burke, A. S., Pennsylvania.. . 189! 

Baldwin, D. H., Virginia 1891 Boswell, W. C, Jr., Maryland. . 1890 Burkholder, M. O., Virginia. . 1881 

Banks, F. A., Michigan 1883 Booth, John D., Canada 1891 Burns, H. McK., Connecticut. . 1911 

Banks, Robert H., Virginia. .. 1906 Boozer, J. W., A.B., S. Oar... 1891 Burns, Wm. B., Pennsylvania.. 190i 

Barber, M. J., Canada 1903 Boozer, J. Edwin, South Car.. .1893 Burroughs, E. Lee, Maryland. .1891 

Barbot. V. P., South Car 1889 Boozer, D. L., Jr. (B.S.), S.C., 1896 Burrows, R., Connecticut 191: 

Barnard, Nathaniel, West Va... 1913 Bourdier, J. W., Louisiana. .. 1900 Bush, W. G., New York 190! 

Barnitz, Pabney G., Virginia .. 1892 Bowbeer, N. Grant, Canada. . .1895 Bush, Wiley L., Georgia 190( 

Barr, Fredk. A., Montana. ... 1891 Bowen, Gilbert M., Canada. .. 1901 Bushong, John H., Virginia. ..189' 

Barr, Wm. H., Canada 1893 Bowker, A. J., New Jersey. . . .1907 Burt, Samuel S., New York. .190( 

Barr. George W., Canada 1902 Bowles, Aubrey R., Virginia. . 1891 Burton, Hugh J., Maryland. . .190' 

Barrns. J. P. E., Now York.. .1900 Bowlus, Emory M., Maryland.. 1891 Burton, G. A., Pelaware 1901 

Bartlett, Luis O., Cuba 1895 Bowman, John C, Virginia. .. 1904 Butler, Geo. N., Brazil 1901 

Barlon, W. J. F.. New York.. 1905 Boyd, Samuel A., California. . .1893 Buttler, G., Jr.. New Jersey.. 188' 

Basehnar, C. B., Penna 1900 Boyd, Walter G.. Maryland. . .1897 Butts, F. R., West Virginia. .1901 

BaReboar, L. M., Penna 1911 Boyden, M. 0., North Car 1899 Bvers, W. Bolivar, South Car. .189' 

Basehore, Horace E., Penna... 1886 Boyette, 0. S., North Car 1891 Byers, S. M., Pennsylvania. . .1891 

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Byrd, Oscar Frank, Virginia. .1890 Cross, T. A., West Virginia. . .1888 Doyle, Bert E., New York.... 1904 

Bryuer, L. G., Pennsylvania. .1909 Crothers, Arthur B., Penna...l902 Dreher, Geo. C, New Jersey.. 1910 

Cahill, W. D. Y., Virginia. ... 1909 Crowe, Emory W., Maryland. .1904 Dressel, Leonard, Maryland. .. 1900 

Callaway, Chas. L., West Va.. .1908 Crews, Robert W., North C...1911 Druinniond, K. J., South Car.. 1910 

Callaway, S. M., West Va....l910 Crumrine, Kussell E., Penna.,1901 Duff, JameB L., Canada 1897 

Cainbo, Lucas Angel, Cuba... 1911 Cuny, A. A. T. VV., Germany . .1889 Duff, D. E., South Carolina. .1902 

Cameron, M. D., New York... 1904 Curtis, J. W., New Jersey ... .1883 Dula, A. M., North Carolina. .1905 

Camp, J. O., Connecticut. .. .1912 Culliney, Miles M., Conn 1907 Dunn, H. McK., Nebraska. .. 1900 

Campbell, Paul, New York 1883 Cutchin, Rich. S., N. Oar 1905 Dunne, Jos. H., Mass 1905 

Campbell, Oscar J., Virginia. . 1886 Cutting, Almond J., Mass 1884 Durling, A. D., Canada 1909 

Campbell, H. Wood, Virginia. . 1889 Dailey, W. B. (B.Ph.), Ohio.. 1899 Earle, Wm., South Carolina. .1891 

Campbell, Walter \V., Mass 1910 Daniel, Henry C, North Car... 1894 Earle, B. D., South Carolina. . 1894 

Caruballo, 0. J., Phar.D.,Cuba, 1909 Dauiel, Samuel S., South Car.. 1888 Early, E. A., South Carolina. .1903 

Carlisle, J. P., South Car 1885 Daly, Claude S., New York... 1898 Early, Jas. B., Virginia 1906 

Carlton, J. W., North Car.... 1899 Darden, Percy J., North Car.. 1908 Earman, J. S., Virginia 1900 

Carlton, J. DeL., North Car... 1904 Dare, C. E., New Jersey 1904- Easterday, C. M., Maryland. .1902 

Carlton, F. D., North Car 1907 Dashiell, E. B., Maryland. ... 1883 Eastman, Howard, Maryland. . 1896 

Carpenter, B. J., New York.. 1898 Daudelin, Jos. A., Mass 1909 Eckenrode, H. M., Virginia. .. 1901 

Carpenter, Elbert C, New Yk. .1913 Davies, James Win., Canada.. 1913 Edgell, F. P., Maryland 1905 

Carriere, Joseph N„ Mass 1902 Davis, Isaac H., Maryland. .. .1884 Edgers, Eben B., Vermont. . .1892 

Carroll, Norwood G., North C..1893 Davis, L. Wilson, Maryland. . .1888 Edwards, L. M., North Car... 1907 

Carroll, Willie S., Virginia 1902 Davis, E. D., West Virginia. .. 1889 Edmonds, B. B., Virginia. ... 1909 

Cassard, Stuart, Maryland. .. .1890 Davis, Wray W., Virginia. .. .1890 Eichholts, Robt. W., Penna...l892 

Carter, Sanford J., Georgia. . .1909 Davis, Henry W., Virginia. .. 1893 Eiker, J. T., District of Col... 1887 

Carter, Joseph W., Missouri. . .1885 Davis, W. L., California 1893 Elgin, J. Benj., Maryland 1902 

Carter, Wm. J., Georgia 1895 Davis, C. A., Wisconsin 1894 Ellett, Chas. A., Virginia 1903 

Casey, Charles H., Rhode I... 1913 Davis, Daniel K., South Car... 1901 Ellington, R. H., North Car... 1912 

Cavers, Wm. W., New York.. 1895 Davis, Henry E., Virginia. .. .1904 Elliott, Wm. K., Virginia 1901 

Chafee, Aug. H., South Car... 1886 Davis, Ernest Lee, Maryland. . 1905 Ellis, Pearl L., Vermont 1889 

Chase, Henry E., Mass 1887 Davis, Horace M., Maryland. .1905 Ellis, John J., South Car 1896 

Chambliu, John A., Florida. .. 1908 Davis, J. Vernon, North Car... 1909 Ellison, E. L., West Virginia. .1904 

Champagne, A. C, New York. .1908 Davis, Richard W., Georgia. .1910 Ellison, Francis J., Maryland. .1912 

Chapman, Halle F., Kansas. . .1898 Davis, H. (M.D.), Missouri. . 1889 Emerson, Jos. G., Brazil 1886 

Charron, W. Arthur, Mass 1909 Davidson, W. L., South Car... 1910 Emerson, L. T., Brazil 1890 

Charbonnel, E. A., Wash 1897 Davenport, A., North Carolina. 1910 Engelskircher, E. M., New H..1900 

Chargin, Marcus, Russia 1896 Dawson, E. B., New York.... 1898 Epes, Travis F., Virginia 1907 

Cherry, H. A., New York 1905 Dawson, Roy B., West. Va 1912 Etchison, Bates, Maryland 1905 

Chew, Charles E., Maryland. . 1904 Dean, J. W., West Virginia. .1888 Etheredge, E. J., South Car.. 1896 

Chessrown, F. Wayne, Penna.,1891 Dean, S. P., Maryland 1900 Evans, R. D., South Wales. . .1884 

Chisholra, John J., Alabama.. .1887 Dean, Geo. F., West Virginia. .1905 Evans, E. T., Illinois 1900 

Chisholm, Jas. C, Alabama. .. 1894 DeConti, A., Rhode Island 1910 Everhart, D. G., Maryland. . .1910 

Chisholm, Wm. W., Georgia. .. 1901 Deekens, W. F., Virginia 1892 Ewald, Will H., Virginia 1891 

Cion, Benj. B., New York.... 1904 Deekens, A. V., Maryland 1898 Ewig, Louis, Switzerland 1892 

Claggett, Thos. J., Maryland. . 1911 Demms, J. H., Jr., Maryland. .1892 Ewing, Jas. E., Nebraska 1901 

Clark, M. H. Pettway, N. C...1891 Deichman, Geo. L., Maryland. .1891 Eyler, Clayton C, Penna 1898 

Clark, Eugene F., New York.. 1898 DeFernelmont, E., Belgium. . .1903 Fahrney, W. B., Virginia. ... 1898 

Clark, W. H., New Hamp 1912 Degenring, A., New Jersey 1904 Fajardo, H. A. I., Cuba 1910 

Cline, F. J., Virginia 1899 Degnan, Wm. M., Conn 1907 Falcao, A. deA., Brazil 1910 

Cobean, George C, Penna 1902 de Jonghy Jordan, Juan J., Cuba. 1913 Falls, P. R., North Carolina. . 1899 

Cockrill, Robt. B., Montana.. . 1896 Delamer, D. R., Penna 1883 Farinholt, Leroy W., Virginia. 1898 

Cochrane, Oran L., California. 1905 Delaney, L. W., New Jersey. .1912 Farley, A. Paul, Connecticut. . 1897 

Coffman, Clifton S., West Va. . 1906 Dennis, Wm. W., Georgia. .. .1892 Farmer, Wm. W., Virginia. . .1893 

Collins, Wm. H., Virginia. .. .1890 Dennis, G. E., North Car 1905 Farnsworth, A. W., Vermont. .1900 

Collins, C. E., Maryland 1897 Denton, N. W., Virginia 1883 Farrell, Roscoe M., North C...1913 

Colvin, Ronald B., Penna 1902 De Pass, A. R., South Car... 1902 Farris, C. Dixie, Georgia 1892 

Colvin, Daniel C, Penna 1906 De Pass, S. C, Jamaica 1902 Faucette, J. W., North Car... 1897 

Combs, Robert L., Texas 1896 Dial, Richard T., South Car.. .1905 Faulkner, Geo. McC, Penna.. 1887 

Combs, Warren S. P., Dela 1906 Diaz, A. L. C, Porto Rico 1910 Feamster, J. H., West Va 1903 

Comegys, Thos. M., Tenn 1885 Diehl, John S., Penna 1886 Feild, Wm. M., Virginia 1891 

Comvgys, John M., Tenn 1884 Diehl, Ervin J., Penna 1903 Feldmeyer, Geo. T., Maryland. 1888 

Conger, LeRoy J., Canada 1898 Diddle, John H., West Va 1892 Feldstein, S. M. (M.D.).N.Y.. 1911 

Conklin, F. G., New York 1883 Dieffenderfer, Wm. E. (M.D.), Felker, Charles, New York 1890 

Connally, W. F., Georgia 1896 District of Columbia 1888 Felix, Achilles F., Mass 1903 

Connor, Wm. H., New Jersey. .1891 Diffenderfer, S. D., Penna 1894 Felix, Arthur M., Mass 1904 

Conrad, T. E., Louisiana 1900 Dill, Arthur A., Canada 1906 Ferguson, W. C. Y., Canada.. 1887 

Conyers, W. T., Bermuda 1903 Dimock, W. E., Canada 1905 Fillmore, W. A., California. .1899 

Cooke, Frank J., Texas 1885 Dinjian, Manoog D., Turkey.. 1888 Filter, Claus H., Germany 1884 

Cooke, Ernest J., Panama 1898 Dion, Jean B. W., Mass 1913 Fenn, Henry J., New York... 1890 

Cooper, W. H., North Car.... 1896 Dobbin, Arthur H. New York. .1909 Pinch, H. M., Connecticut. .. .1911 

Cooper, Francis M., Missouri. . 1902 Dobson, Fred. W., Canada. .. .1904 Finnegan, Eugene, New York. 1897 

Copp. George V., Virginia. .. .1884 Dobson, Wm. E., New York.. 1892 Firey, Edgar A., Maryland. .. 1904 

Copp, Benj. F., Virginia 1895 Dodson, E. R. (M.D.), Md 1889 Fish, Wm. L., New Jersey. . .1889 

Copeland, Jas. R., South Car.. 1899 Dodson, R. Delamer, Penna... 1883 Fischer, G. J. U., Jr., N. J.... 1901 

Copelan, Moses C, Virginia. .. 1906 Dommett, H. W., New York... 1894 Fitch, Perry M., New York... 1903 

Copenhaver, E. M., Virginia. . .1892 Donnellv, J. G., New Jersey.. 1911 Fitzgerald, Edward J., Maine. 1913 

Cornell, Julius M., Conn 1909 Dooley, Walter A., New York. . 1913 Fitzgerald, J. E., Maryland. . .1888 

Correoso, P. N., Jamaica 1902 Dorchester, W. E., New York. .1884 Fitzpatrick, H. E., New H 1912 

Cottmghain, W. J., South Car.. 1902 Doremus, J. L., France 1892 Fleishman, Joel, Rhode Isl....l913 

Couret, J. S., Louisiana 1896 Dorman, R. O., New York 1904 Fleming, Milton S., Louisiana. 1893 

Courtney, C. H., North Car... 1908 Dotterer, Thos.. South Car 1894 Fleming, J. M., Jr., N. Car... 1895 

Courtney, Wm. F., Conn 1911 Dorset, Wm. E., Virginia 1885 Flood, John A., New Hamp. ..1904 

Covington, T. S. D., Jr., Va...l889 Doud, Chas. F., New York 1910 Flood, P. H. A., New Hamp.. 1906 

Cramer, Abraham, Maryland. . 1907 Douglass, H. E., New York... 1887 Flook. Dawson Y., Maryland. .1912 

Craig. St. G. T., Kentucky 1890 Douglass, R. W., West Va 1900 Flowers. Henry H., Maryland. 1910 

Creet, Wm. D., New York 1907 Douglass, E. G., New York... 1906 Flynn, Wm. E., Rhode Island. .1913 

Criswell, J. Calvin, Penna 1895 Douglass, S. E., North Car 1907 Flynn, Frank H., Maine 1910 

Crowell, Fred. J., New H 1887 Downey, Geo. C, Mass 1910 Findon, John W., Maryland. .1905 

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Pindon, Joseph H., Maryland.. 1905 Gravel, Arthur H., Mass 1909 Heffelbower, J. E. M., Texas.. 189^ 

Foard, Arthur C, Maryland. . .1912 Gray, Wm. F., Virginia 1887 Helm, John W., Maryland 188£ 

Foley, Thos. A., Connecticut. .1908 Gray, Bennett, Maryland 1908 Helms, L. W., New York 1905 

Folsom, Henry A., Vermont. .1911 Greenawalt, A. H.(D.D.S.),Pa.l886 Henderson, H. C, No. Car... 1895 

Foote, Nathan E., New York.. 1884 Green, Walter E., Maryland. .1904 Henneberger, L. P., Penna...l911 

Foote, N. F., New York 1897 Greene, E. S., Jr., Virginia. .. 1906 Henry, Robt. Lee, Georgia 1897 

Foreman, John McC, Penna...l897 Greene, E., North Carolina. . .1907 Herbin, Wm. H., North Car.. 1913 

Ford, S. C, North Carolina. .. 1907 Greene, Howard C, Conn 1911 Herman, Benj. F., Conn 1911 

Fording, Charles E., Ohio 1898 Greenberg, J. A., Maryalnd. . . 1913 Heronemus, J. E., Maryland. .1907 

Fording, James D., Ohio 1903 Greenough, J. M., Jamaica. .. 1896 Herr, Frank T., Maryland 1912 

Foster, A. S., South Carolina.. 1902 Gregoire, O. E., Rhode Island, 1898 Herr, John M., Penna 1909 

Foster, M. S., Maryland 1904 Grempler, G. J., Maryland 1883 Herbert J. E., West Virginia. .1903 

Foster, Ethan W. f South Car.. 1905 Grempler, H. T., Maryland. . .1912 Hess, Lewis E., Maryland 1892 

Fountleroy, T. T., Virginia 1899 Grieves, C. J., Maryland 1888 Hewett, Vinton L., Indiana. . .1908 

Fournier, Jos., Jr., New York.. 1885 Grom, Jos. B., New Jersey. . .1898 Hickey, Theron J., Penna.. .. 1913 

Fox, Lawrence S., North Car.. 1892 Grom, Fredk. S., New Jersey. .1900 Hicks, H. W., Mass 190S 

Frank, George W., Mass 1906 Groshans, Ferd., Maryland 1885 Hicks, Robt. L., South Car... 1912 

Franklin, Robt. A., Georgia. . .1900 Grove, J. Wm., Penna 1891 High, Daniel P., North Car... 1911 

Frantz, Christian G., Penna... 1887 Grove, Herbert D., Virginia. . 1902 Hildebrand, G. O., Virginia. .1905 

Frantz, Henry, Illinois 1896 Grunberg, A., Roumania 1898 Hill, Chas. R., Australia 1885 

Free, Harry A., Penna 1889 Haas, Jos. A., New York 1889 Hill, George E., Maine 1905 

Freed, Alex., Russia 1902 Hague, Geo. H., New Jersey.. 1905 Hill, Ernest B., West Va 1902 

Freeman, Harold W., Illinois. .1898 Haff, Frank N., New York... 1890 Hills, Reuben B., Mass 1889 

Freeman, H. A., Maryland. .. 1907 Haines, W. Oakley, Maryland. 1891 Himmler, Chas. W., Maryland. 190C 

Freiberger, Leo, Austria 1911 Hair, Harrison B., South Car.. 1901 Hines, P. Edmond, No. Car.. . .1888 

Friedland, E. J., Russia 1896 Hall, N. G., Rhode Island 1905 Hines, Wm. E., North Car 1908 

Freischlag, C. P., New York.. 1906 Haller, Jake V., Virginia 1891 Hiney, Geo. H., Conn 1906 

Freischlag, Edward, New Y...1913 Haller, Wm. H., Virginia 1896 Hirsch Sandal, New York 1908 

Frew, Athol Lee, New York.. 1905 Hamlet, J. M., Virginia 1888 Hiscox, Vernon, Connecticut. .1896 

Frith, A. H., Bermuda 1897 Hamilton, E. C, Virginia 1898 Hoag, David E., New York 1895 

Frost, Henry S., Maine 1902 Hamilton, W. T. F., So. Car... 1901 Hodge, S. Dwight, Vermont. . .1884 

Funderburk, J. E., South Car.. 1908 Hamilton, S. J., New York... 1911 Hoffman, John H., Virginia. . .1886 

Furman, Chas. L., New York. 1886 Hamlin, Jos. J., North Car... 1912 Hoffman, J. H., Maryland 1891 

Furman, Joel Nelson, N. Yk..l887 Halpern, S., New York 1900 Hoffman, John G., Virginia. . .lSg^ 

Furman, Isaac W., New York. 1890 Hammond, W. F., New York. .1899 Hoffman, W. C. B., No. Car.. .189S 

Gaddy, Risden B., North Car.. 1911 Hammond, F. E., New York.. 1899 Hoffman, S. B., Maryland 1908 

Gallagher, R. T., North Car... 1898 Hammond, C. Wm., Penna 1900 Hoffman, A. J., New Jersey.. 1911 

Gallup, Frank C, Conn 1884 Hamer, J. H., Jr., South Car.. 1903 Hoffman, Thos. H., Penna 1912 

Gamard, E. A., Louisiana 1899 Hamrick, C. T., North Car... 1910 Holbrook, E. G., Maryland 190C 

Gambill, J. R., Virginia 1909 Hand, Wm. L., North Car 1905 Holland, Wm. H., So. Car 188S 

Ganzburg, Abraham, Mass 1909 Hankin, W. E., New York 1899 Holland, A. B., North Car 1901 

Gansburg, Isaac I., Conn 1912 Harban, L. Lee, Maryland. . .1887 Holland, L. C, Virginia 1904 

Garbrecht, H., Germany 1887 Hardesty, Geo. N., Virginia. .. 1898 Holliday, R. F., No. Car 1905 

Gardner, John, Maryland 1897 Hargrove, Geo. H., So. Car... 1892 Hollinger, David G., Penna... 189S 

Gardner, Henry S., West Va..l909 Hargrove, M. L., North Car... 1908 Holmes, Chas. D., Jr., Texas.. 189? 

Garland, W. S., New Hamp.,1907 Hargrove, S. J., Jr., Georgia. .1911 Holt, Charles R., New York.. 1888 

Garneau, Peter A., Mass 1906 Harley, R. L., South Car 1890 Holt, James W., Massa 1912 

Garrett, John F., North Car.. 1883 HarkiDson, F. R., California. .1898 Hoodner, Francis A., Penna... 190S 

Garrison, Ernest C, Virginia. . 1903 Harmon, O. J., New Hamp...l892 Hoopes, Samuel W., Maryland. IBS'! 

Gartrell, Julian, Maryland. .. .1888 Harper, Chas M., Virginia. .. 1888 Hopkins, Wm. D., Maryland. .1896 

Gasque, Elly A., South Car... 1886 Harper, Adelard J., Mass 1898 Hopkins, J. S., Maryland 1905 

Garzouzi, Edward, Egypt 1907 Harper, Carl C, North Car... 1910 Hopkins, E. H., North Car 190S 

Gayle, John H., Louisiana 1904 Harrington, A. A., New York. 1910 Horton, H. V., North Car IBS'* 

Gee, H. Eugene, South Car... 1894 Harrower, J. W., Virginia. ... 1907 Horton, Phineas E., No. Car... 1884 

Geiser, John S., Penna 1895 Harrower, A. D. S., Virginia. . 1911 Horton, S. Robt., North Car.. 1905 

George, C. Chanler, Illinois. .. 1894 Harris, Jas. E., Maryland 1884 Hosack, A. H., West Va 190? 

George, Marwood S., Canada.. 1904 Harris, Edwin L., Mass 1887 Hotchkiss, J. Wm., Conn 1905 

Georgion, Arsenius, Turkey ... 1907 Harris, Henry F., Virginia. .. 1891 Houghland, U. S., Indiana. ... 1885 

Getchel, J. L., Maryland 1901 Harris, T. A., Missouri 1900 Hourihane, Michael, Virginia. .188'; 

Getz, Albert C, Maryland 1913 Harris, Asa I., Virginia 1899 Houston. D. T. B., New Jer.. .1915 

Gieseler, Wilbert D., West Va.. 1910 Hart, Marion Y., Virginia 1891 Howard, Chas. W., New H...1891 

Gifford, C. B., New York.... 1906 Hartman, Dennis R., Penna. . .1900 Howie, Eugene B., No. Car... 1908 

Gilbert, Geo. C, New Jersey.. 1901 Hartman, Curtis LeR., Penna., 1897 Howland, C. H., Dist.'of C0I..I88E 

Gilder, J. K., Jr., South Car... 1906 Hartnett, Wm. J., Conn 1894 Howlett, A. Hersey, Penna 188J 

Gilkinson, Albert W., Ohio 1901 Harty, E. Allen, Jamaica. ... 1908 Hubley, Chas. P., New York.. 1888 

Gill, Edwin J., North Car 1892 Harvey, Hunter E., Virginia. . 1913 Hucks, H. M., South Car 1902 

Gillev, Philip F. M., Maine 1913 Hataling, Geo. W., New York. .1883 Huffman, A. H., West Va....l894 

Gilmore, W. G., New York... 1902 Hartwig, Chas. W., Maryland. 1886 Huffman, Andrew, West Va...l896 

Gilroy, Lawrence E., Canada.. 1902 Hawley, H. G., New York.... 1899 Hughes, Harry C, Maryland. . 1901 

Glasscock, Eli H., Missouri. .. 1892 Hawley, Geo. M., Vermont ... .1901 Hughes, R. L., Maryland 1906 

Glatfelter, Harvey E., Penna.. 1890 Hawes, Ivey Lee, North Car.. 1906 Hubbard, N. Robert, Penna... 189C 

Gleason, Geo. R., Florida. ... 1904 Hays, Pleasant S., Ohio 1898 Huggins, G. Allen, So. Car.... 1886 

Gluckman, S. H., New Jersey, 1911 Hayes, E. P., Penna 1889 Hull, Chas. R., New York 190S 

Goebreicher, David, Maryland, 1889 Hayes, Will W., Penna 1891 Humberg, Fredk C, Maryland. 1892 

Goldberg, E. H., Maryland. .. 1894 Hayes, Chas. F., Mass 1909 Hundley, Peyton, Virginia. ... 1885 

.1913 Hayden, John F., Penna 1902 Hungerford. R. A., Maryland. .188? 

.1904 Healey, P. T., New York.... 1905 Hunter, Wm. P., Virginia. ... 191? 

.1897 Hoaley, D. E., New York 1911 Huntsberry, A. V., Maryland. .1896 

.1891 Healey, J. F., New York 1912 Hurlock, W. Spry, Maryland. .1896 

.1897 Heatwole, T. O., Virginia 1895 Hussong, Roger L., New York, 1904 

.1903 Hebbel, Chas. W., Maryland. . 1885 Hutchins, E. B., Virginia. ... 1906 

.1903 Hecker, Anton J., Germany .. .1887 Hutchison, H. B., Virginia. .. 1895 

.1910 Foermans, W. S. H.. Jr., N.Y., 1911 Hutchinson, C. L., Virginia. ..190£ 

.1905 Hose, Harvey R., North Car. .1913 Hyde, A. N., New Jersey 189S 

.1890 Begner, J. S., Switzerland. .. .1895 Hylton, Wm. G„ Virginia. ... 1912 

.1909 Heisler, Charles F., Penna 1897 Id'e, Burt B., New York 1902 

.1890 Heuisler, J. G., Maryland 1889 Ide, Ira C, New York 1902 

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Goldberg, Edwin L., Penna 
Golden, Prank A., Conn.. 
Gordy, Arthur P., Georgia 
Gorgas, H. F., Maryland. 
Gould, W. Gordon, Conn. 
Gould, Horace L., Maine. 
Gough, Albert H., Delaware 
Oraft, W. J., Npw Jersey. 
Graham Fredk. R., Canada 
Graham, C'has. C, Texas. 
Grant, Wm. W., West Va. . 
Graves, J. Wm., Missouri. 



Ihrie, John H., No. Carolina. . 1895 Leahy, John D., New Hamp. ..1910 McKey, Winston C, Georgia. . 1910 

Igel, Herman, Germany 1899 Lee, Robert E., South Car 1888 McKeever, A. N., West Va 1895 

Irvine, Samuel J., Texas 1895 Lee, E. Gordon, North Car.... 1907 McKee, Fredk. C, Canada. .. 1898 

Jackman, Robt. W., New York. 1908 LeCron, D. O. M., Iowa 1890 McKelvey, Clyde M., Penna.. .1891 

Jackson, S. G., Canada 1903 LeCron, Norman F., Md 1913 McKinnon, John W., Penna... 1889 

Jackson, Robt. W., Georgia. .. 1900 LeDuke, Geo. W., Mass 1883 McLaughlin, Thos. J., So. Car.. 1888 

Jaenicke, Max, Germany 1887 LeFevre, C. Rogers, Maryland. 1892 McLaughlin, Chas. E., Canada. 1903 

Jaenicke, Paul, Germany 1887 Leib, Harry C, Maryland 1904 McLaughlin, H. H., Penna.. .. 1905 

Jamieson, I. W., No. Car 1902 Lemley, C. E., Virginia 1884 McLeod, Wm. R., South Car... 1899 

Jarrett, Atwell T., Virginia. .. 1883 Leonard, C. W., New Jersey.. 1898 MacLeod, T. David, Canada. .. 1896 

Jefferson, Benj. L., Georgia. . .1892 Leonard, B. F. (M.D.), N. J.. .1900 McMinn, Wm. J., North Car.. .1896 

Jefferson, Albert, Georgia 1909 Leslie, Geo. S., New York.... 1906 McMurray, Leroy, South Car. .1913 

Jefferson, Hamilton, Georgia. . 1912 Lester, Bliss A., Canada 1905 McNeal, Jas. E., Maryland. .. 1890 

Jenkins, LeRoy D., Georgia. .. 1903 Levy, David A., Maryland. ... 1905 - McNulty, Wm. F., Maryland. .1904 

Jenkins, E. J., Maryland 1905 Lewers, D. Brown, England. .. 1903 McNutt, C. Howard, Canada.. 1897 

Jenkins, J. V., Virginia 1905 Lewis, Wm. E., Florida 1884 McQuown, Robt. T., Virginia. . 1885 

Jernigan, Geo. F., Texas 1895 Lewis, Thos. S., Penna 1898 McQuown, Wm. P., Virginia. . 1885 

Jenkins, Oliver L., Maryland. . 1913 Lewis, Wm. J., New York.... 1907 McVane, Arthur R., Maine... 1905 

Jeter, Ireneus, South Car 1888 Lightner, Harry A., Penna.. .. 1900 Macgill, L. T., Jr., Maryland. . 1886 

Johnson, Silas J., Virginia. .. 1892 Lightner, Walter S., Penna... 1907 Maguire, Wm. E., Mass 1902 

Johnson, John N. North Car... 1899 Lindsay, Wm. S., South Car.. 1894 Macomber, J. C, Penna 1892 

Johnson, Francis M., No. Car.. 1901 Lindsay, H. B., (A.B.),S. C..1896 Maddox, H. Webb, Virginia. .. 1901 

Johnson, H. Kneece, No. Car.. 1909 Lindsey, Charles T., Virginia. . 1883 Maddux, Nathan P., Virginia. . 1909 

Johnston, Geo. S., Canada. ... 1899 Lineweaver, W. T., Virginia. . 1899 Mainz, L. C, New York 1913 

Johnston, S. B., Virginia 1911 Lind, Oscar M., Maryland. . . .1905 Mallott, Job B., Penna 1884 

Jones, Edward T., Virginia. .. 1891 Link, Chas. W., West Va....l895 Maloney, Daniel T., Conn 1897 

Jones, Clarence L., Ohio 1896 Linscott, Albert F., Ohio 1900 Mandigo, J. S., New York. . . .1909 

Jones, Arthur B., Bermuda. . .1899 Linscott, Geo. E., Ohio 1902 Mangold, M. W., New Jersey. .1909 

Jones, C. C, Louisana 1903 Linthicum, T. S., Maryland. . 1900 Mann, Geo. C, Virginia 1905 

Jones, Beverly, West Virginia. 1904 Lisbona, M. R., New York.... 1903 Mann, B. F., Maine 1900 

Jones, Ernest J., Conn 1904 Littlejohn, T. F., South Car... 1904 Mann, L. H., North Car 1903 

Jordan, B. Arthur, California.. 1892 Lloyd, Wm. L., Maryland 1912 Mann, I. Mitchell, North Car.. 1904 

Jordan, J. R. (Ph. G.), Georgia. 1909 Loeschcke, J. C, Germany. .. 1891 Mann, Herbert L., No. Car 1907 

Josselyn, Eli E. (M.D.), Can.. 1885 Logan, Wm. L., Georgia 1899 Manning, H. A., Mass 1903 

Judd, John H., North Car 1898 Long, Bert R., North Car 1905 Mansir, Jos. M., Maine 1912 

Judd, Jesse E., North Car 1898 Long, W. A., Florida 1906 Maphis, B. Frank, Virginia. .. 1883 

Jureidini, G. K., Egypt 1911 Long, Samuel M., Georgia. ... 1909 March, Harter W., Ohio 1894 

Justice, M. L. (M.D.), No. C..1911 Long, Carter I., West Va 1911 Marchant, J. H., Virginia. .. .1890 

Justiz, Alfredo E., Cuba 1911 Loucks, R. E., Canada 1893 Markert, F. J., Florida 1907 

Kahn, Edmund, Maryland. .. .1904 Lowman, Geo. M., West Va...l909 Markley, Edgar H., Penna.. .. 1895 

Kean, Jas. L., Virginia 1887 Lowell, Wm. H., Penna 1886 Marks, Milton, New York 1904 

Keepers, John A., Penna 1888 Lower, S. Elliott, Penna 1902 Marler, J. G., North Car 1901 

Kefauver, Noel E., Maryland. .1903 Loving, Chas. T., Texas 1887 Marshall, Fredk. J., Conn 1913 

Keighley, J. F. M., Rhode Isl..l912 Luke, John L., Virginia 1890 Marshall, S. K., Maryland 1888 

Keister, J. Brown, Virginia. ..1901 Lumsden, Frank H., Maryland. 1886 Marshall, Thos. R., Virginia.. .1892 

Kehoe, Frank P., Georgia .... 1906 Lussier, Noel J., Rhode M.. .1901 Marshall, S. O., Kentucky 1899 

Keller Wm. L., Maryland 1910 Lynch, Louis M., Georgia 1899 Martin, A. E., New Jersey 1912 

Kelly, Ralph H., West Va 1908 Lynch, Chas. G., New York... 1902 Martin, E. A. (L.D.S.), Can.. 1891 

Kenna, Fredk. L., New Jersey. 1912 Lynch, Paul, Mass 1907 Martin, Chesley, Virginia 1897 

Kennedy, Walter S., New Yk..l912 Lynch, A. F., Rhode Island. . .1911 Martin, T. F., New Jersey. .. .1900 

Kenney, Jas. J., New York... 1905 Lyndon, George H., Ohio.... 1895 Martin, Henry, Conn 1911 

Kernodle, John F., No. Car... 1907 Lyons, Wm. A., West Va 1907 Massey, J. W., Virginia 1901 

Kibler, R. Dallas, Virginia. .. 1884 McAdams, John C, West Va. . .1902 Mathieu, A. H., Maryland 1892 

Kibler, Wm. L., South Car.. . .1913 McAndrew, M., Canada 1898 Matt, Oscar, New York 1891 

Killingsworth, W. S., So. Car.. 1884 McCall, S. H., North Carolina. 1907 Matthews, A., North Carolina.. 1885 

King, Wm. A., Canada 1890 McCann, D. Bernard, Canada. 1900 Matthews, Chas. A., Indiana. .1894 

King, James M., Canada 1892 McCann, John J., New York.. 1905 Matthews, Chas. P., California. 1895 

King, Marion N., Virginia 1897 McCardell, W. S.. Maryland. . 1904 Matthews, Clvde V., Maryland. 1902 

King, Jas. G., Virginia 1899 McClees, J. S., Maryland 1901 Meador, W. M. (M.D.), So. C..1887 

King, Henry A., New York... 1900 McClelland, C. S., Penna 1902 Meador, Jas. R., North Car... 1906 

King, Harry C, Maryland. .. 1913 McCluer, Frank W., Virginia. . 1905 Mendez, S. A., Jamaica 1909 

King, J. Milton, Conn 1906 McClung, John A., Virginia. . .1912 Merrill, C. W., Rhode Island. .1912 

Kinum, Alfred G., New York. .1913 McClung, Jos. L., West Va 1905 Metz, Jos. F., Maryland 1909 

Kirschner, Geo. E., Penna.. .. 1912 McColl, Samuel, Canada 1887 Meyer, Thos. P., Penna 1890 

Kloeber, John S., Virginia. . .1885 McComb, Virgil J., Missouri .. 1891 Meyerson, M. I. (Ph. G.),N.Y., 1909 

Knef, Jos. P. P., New Jersey. .1903 McConachie, A. D., Canada. .. 1888 Mezger, Chas. (Ph.G.), Md...l890 

Koelz, Wm. J., West Virginia. .1904 McConnell, D. E., South Car.. 1897 Milbourne, L. B., Maryland. .. 1894 

Koerner, J. Fred., Maryland. . 1904 McConnell, E. V., Georgia. .. .1899 Michel, P. A., Louisiana 1898 

Kohlv, Alfred J., Cuba 1899 McCormick, Jas. J., New York, 1901 Miles, E. B., New York 1904 

Koontz, Clinton M., Maryland. 1898 McCutchen, W. L., South Car. . 1903 Milford, S. B., Virginia 1899 

Kosminsky, A. J., Texas 1909 McDivit, Harry N., Maryland. 1901 Miller, J. Edwin, Minnesota. .. 1883 

Krieger, Emanuel, Maryland. ..1913 McDonald, Otis H., Georgia. ..1890 Miller, Jas. H. A., West Va. . ..1887 

Kritchevsky, B., Russia 1895 McDonald, J. M., N. Zealand. .1897 Miller, W. C, Penna 1887 

Kuhnen, Herbert, Germany. . .1904 McDonald, T. N., New York. .1909 Miller, Wm. Lee, West Va 1889 

Kuich, Wm. H., Penna 1895 McDowell, C. H., North Car.. .1884 Miller, E. S., Vermont 1900 

Kumle, L., Jr., California. . . .1903 McFadden, Thos. W., Penna.. .1898 Miller, B. L., New York 1902 

Kurtz, Cyrus, Penna 1899 McFadden, M. J., South Car.. .1905 Miller, E. Whit, Virginia 1905 

Lacy, Wm. P., Virginia 1894 McFarlane, Frank G., Canada. 1904 Miller, John E. C, Penna 1905 

Ladson, Chas. J., Dist. of Col.. 1884 McGee, W. Glenn, South Car.. 1892 Mills, Robert H., Florida 1907 

Lamb, John P., North Car 1905 McGinn, Jas. H., South Car.. .1910 Milner, M. B., Georgia 1898 

Landis, Phares L., Penna 1910 McGirt, Wattie B., So. Car... 1883 Minghini, S. J., West Va 1884 

Larimer, Alex. P., Penna 1909 McGuire, Geo. A., Canada. .. .1892 Minghini, Wm. E., West Va...l893 

LaRue, Antonio S., Conn 1896 McHarg, Robt. J., Canada. ... 1892 Mitchell, C. A., New York 1892 

Lasley, Frank A., North Car.. .1908 Mcllvain, J. M., Maryland. .. 1892 Mitchell, L. S., New Jersey .. .1890 

Law, Edwin A., Florida 1901 Mclntire, Walter R.. Conn.. . .1905 Mitchell, H. B., New York 1892 

Law, E. Mclvor, Florida 1903 Mcintosh, Wm. E.. South Car.. .1913 Mock, John H., Florida.. 1902 

Lawrence, E. N., North Car.. .1909 Mclver, DeWitt C, No. Car.. .1899 Moffett, S. F., Texas 1905 

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Mogul, Abraham, Maryland. . .1908 Parker, Fred L., South Car... 1895 Reaves, Root. L., South Car... 1900 

Molony, J. E., South Ca 1889 Parker, John P., Canada 1901 Reaves, Wm. L., South Car 1901 

Monks, Fredk. E., Penna 1908 Parks, Clyde M., Penna 1901 Rees, John S., California 1893 

Monks, Miss G. P., Penna 1909 Parrott, Daniel W., Nor. Car.. 1906 Reichley, J. C, Penna 1904 

Montero, Anibal F. L., Cuba. ..1911 Partridge, Geo. T., New York. .1903 Reichenbaugh, Wm. C, Conn.. 1908 

Montgomery, J. T„ South Car.. 1894 Pascoe, H. E. R., Australia. .1910 Reiff, R. Russell, Penna 1897 

Montgomery, A., Alabama 1901 Patterson, Geo. K., No. Car. ..1912 Reiman, Conrad F., Conn 1910 

Montgomery, F. W., Mass 1904 Patterson, Geo. B., Nor. Car.. 1889 Reineke, Rafael A. P., Cuba.. 1913 

Montesinos, M., Porto Rico 1912 Pattinson, Frank A., New Yk.. 1891 Remsberg, E. W., Maryland. . 1903 

Moore, Fredk. 0., Vermont. .. .1912 Paterson, Alex. Horn, Penna. .1911 Remsen, John L., New Jersey.. 1912 

Moore, T. Benton, Penna 1891 Patrick, John C. B., No. Car.. 1896 Renehan, John Leo, Conn 1913 

Moore, Robt. F., Penna 1898 Patton, D. H. R., Nebraska. . .1895 Renoe, Charles B., Missouri. .. 1890 

Moore, S. Whiteford, Penna... 1904 Payne, Clyde S., California.. .1892 Renoe, Wm. H., Missouri 1894 

Moore, Oscar L., North Car 1909 Peacock, D. Lee, Georgia 1898 Reynolds, E. E., New York. .. 1892 

Moran, John J., New Hamp.,1913 Pearson, Paul L., North Car.. 1910 Reynolds, C. P., New York... 1894 

Moran, P. H., New Hamp 1902 Pierson, Jas. H., Virginia 1902 Reynolds, Stanley C, Canada. 1895 

Morgan, W. W., New Jersey.. 1890 Peavy, Daniel B., Texas 1900 Riedel, Bernard F., Maryland. .1891 

Morgan, Roderick, North Car.. 1894 Peloquin, Hector L., Mass 1910 Rice, Edward, Alabama 1903 

Morris, John A., New York... 1904 Pendexter, Thos. M., Mass 1909 Richards, Walter F., Illinois. .1887 

Morrison, R. J., North Car.... 1904 Pegram, Louis J., North Car.. 1908 Rilke, Johannes, Germany ... .1891 

Morton, Robert W., Penna.. . .1897 Pemberton, B. M., Virginia. . .1912 Riley, James M., North Car.. .1886 

Moscovitz, S. B., New York.. 1899 Penuel, A. Lee, Maryland 1883 Riley, Richie W., South Car. . .1891 

Moseley, Wirt H., Virginia 1897 Perdue, Charles H., Georgia. .1896 Rii ey , Wm. H., Vermont 1905 

Mott, Carlton B., North Car... 1903 Perkins, Capers D., Georgia. .1885 Riser, Jacob, Iowa 1892 

Mowel, Austin H., New York. 1896 Perrin, Geo. H., Canada 1890 Riviere, Herman A., Georgia. .1902 

Mowel, Abram V., New York.. 1897 Perrin, Wm. H., South Car... 1907 Roach, John A., North Car... 1899 

Moyse, Ellis F., Canada 1905 Petty, Raiman, New York 1899 Robbin, Colbert L., North Car.. 1909 

Muir, R. Murray, Canada. .. .1897 Pheneger, Henry N., Penna... 1897 Roberts, Benson S., Bermuda. 1889 

Muller, G. W., Germany 1888 Phifer, A. Glenn, North Car.. 1908 Rockwell, J. S., Canada 1901 

Mullen, T. F., New Hamp.... 1906 Phillips, S. L., Maryland 1884 Robertson, W. A., Canada 1887 

Mullin, R. B. (M.D.), Neb 1905 Phillips, Harry H., Penna 1887 Robertson, H. C, Maryland. . .1908 

Murphy, W. N., Texas 1887 Phillips, Geo. A., Maine 1908 Robertson, L. J., Maryland 1907 

Myers, O. G., New York 1890 Phillips, E. F., Jamaica 1909 Robinson, F. (L.D.S.), Eng...l891 

Myers, J. S., Maryland 1901 Pierce, James W., Georgia 1896 Robinson, F. S., Florida 1897 

Myers, J. Edgar, Maryland. .. .1901 Pierce, Geo. Wm., Georgia. .. .1901 Robinson, D. S., New York... 1910 

Myers, Thos. R., Maryland 1903 Piche, Alfred J., Vermont 1904 Rogers, James L. (Tenn.) . . . .1897 

Myers, Walter D., Virginia. . .1906 Pickett, James E., Ohio 1901 Rogers, J. R. (A.B.), So. Car.. 1900 

Naille, Irvin T., Penna 1903 Piper, Jesse Ralph, Penna 1908 Rogers, Chas. H., Rhode Isl...l904 

Nase, Otto, Canada 1905 Pirkey, Frank Zea, California. 1889 Rosen, Samuel A., Maryland. .1916 

Neckerman, Edwin C, Penna.. 1906 Pitts, James W., South Car... 1899 Rosengardt, S., Russia 1907 

Neill, John H., New York 1887 Pitts, Henry Clay, North Car.. 1885 r os8 , Wm. Robt., Canada 1904 

Neiman, Eli H., Penna 1883 Planells, Oscar A., Cuba 1913 Ross, Joseph, New Jersey. .. .1905 

Neiman, R. S., Penna 1908 Pleasants, W. A., Virginia 1886 Ross, John Wise, Virginia 1913 

Neistadt, S. M., Md 1910 Pletcher, D. Lrvel, Ohio 1898 Ross, Chas. A., Penna 1910 

Nelson, G. F. (M.D.), Md 1888 Plumley, Chas. W., West Va..l902 R ot h, Samuel, Maryland 1911 

Newbury, J. H., North Car 1902 Poist, Wm. B., Dist. of Col... 1891 Rothenberg, L. M., New York. 1906 

Newell, Fred. R., Vermont. . . .1903 Pond, Wm. R., Vermont 1899 Rothman, A., Maryland 190C 

Newman, Roy R., New York.. 1913 Posey, Thos. L., Kentucky ... .1897 Rounds, Geo. B., Canada 1891 

Nichols, H. Janney, Virginia. .1892 Posey, Aubrey A., Maryland. .1903 Rouse, B. F. H., Maryland. .. 189£ 

Nichols, W. H., New Hamp... 1898 Prather, Wm. E., North Car.. 1891 R we, Walter W., Penna 1882 

Nicholson, C. H., Canada. ... 1893 Pratt, C. B., Jr., North Car... 1913 R we, Thos. R., Rhode Island. 1892 

Nicodemus, R. C, Maryland. . 1897 Preston, Stephen, Virginia. .. .1900 R y, Albert C, New York.... 1907 

Niedentohl, N. L., Maryland. . 1913 Pressley, Wm. A., North Car.. 1890 R u dd, Montell B., Virginia. .. 189S 

Nigolosian, S. L., Asia Minor. 1889 Price, Warren, Maryland 1899 Russell, Allie Young, Nor. 0...1912 

Nisbet, T. P., South Carolina. 1911 Price, Wilbert, Maryland 1905 Russell, L. H., South Car 1891 

Nordin, Ellis, Maryland 1909 Price, Charles J., Maryland. .. 1909 Russell, Percy, Maryland 1891 

Norfleet, Robt. G., Virginia. .. 1897 Probst, Geo. C, South Car 1892 Rutledge, Brooks, South Car... 1882 

Noonan, Harry J., Maine 1908 Proctor, W. E., Jr., Virginia. 1886 Ryder, Wm. R., Jamaica 190( 

Norris, S. P., North Carolina. . 1897 Proctor, Jas. A., Virginia. ... 1894 Sachs, Joseph L., Maryland. . .190* 

Norton, Oakley W., New York. 1900 Prudhomme, J. H., Louisiana. .1903 Sagebien, Y D. A., Cuba 190i 

Norwood, W. Mel., South Car.. 1885 Purnell, Geo. E., Maryland. . . .1884 Salles, H. C, Louisiana 188? 

Oberdick, H. G. A., Penna. ... 1900 Purnell, Ralph C, Maryland. .1886 Salles, Paul, Louisiana 1915 

O'Brien, Edw. Jos., Mass 1913 Pyles, Joseph T., Maryland. .. 1898 Sallis, D. F., Mississippi 189; 

O'Brien, Robt. P., Texas 1904 Pyles, Chas. T., Maryland. .. .1905 Samuel, L. D., Jamaica 190( 

O'Connor, H. I., Georgia. ... 1897 Pyles, Richard G.. Maryland. . 1908 Sanders, John L., South Car..l90( 

O'Donoghue, D. C, Maryland. .1900 Quinlan, Geo. B., New York. . .1892 Sanchez, C. N., Cuba 188$ 

O'Hearn, Leo Jas., Mass 1913 Quinlan, F. W. H., New York. 1898 Sapp, C. C, North Carolina. . 188: 

Oldham, F. M., South Car.... 1889 Quitt, William, Maryland 1908 Sargent, Harry H., Penna. .. .190J 

Oliver, A. H., Canada 1904 Radcliff, A. A., Maryland 1901 Sartelle, Rexford R., Virginia. 1915 

Oliveira, Alberto L., Brazil. ... 1887 Ralston, Wm. C, Canada. ... 1901 Saunders, L. St. C, Canada. .. 189.' 

O'Neill, John J., Penna 1909 Ralston, Thos. A., Canada. ... 1902 Sawaya, Farris S., Syria 190! 

Opielinski, 0., Germany 1889 Rambo, Preston A., Georgia. .1887 Saylor, Edward R., Maryland. . 1905 

Orear, B. Forrest, Missouri. .. 1903 Rambo, Francis E., Georgia. .1888 Scanlon, Jos. H., Rhode Isl. ..191; 

Orr, Benj. F., Virginia 1899 Rambo, Stafford, Georgia 1888 Scarborough, A. P., Penna. ... 190' 

Ortel, Henry F., Maryland 1912 Ramey, Turner A., West Va...l892 Schaer, Charles T., Maryland.. 188i 

O'Shanecy, C. J., New York... 1907 Ranson, J. M., Jr., West Va..l885 Schlieder, Carl E., New York.. 1915 

Osteen, Noah G., Jr., So. Car.. 1900 Rathie, Joseph L., Virginia. .. 1892 Schochanr, Fred S., Texas 1901 

Outcalt, C. E., West Va 1899 Rawlins, Geo. E., California. . 1903 Schloendorn, F. F. W., Ger...l88 

Outten, L. R., Delaware 1912 Rawlinson, R. P., Brazil.S.A.. 1888 Scott, Robt. J., Jr., New Yk...l89 

Owen, Floyd M., New York... 1901 Rawlinson, John A., Brazil. .. 1895 Scott, Wallace P., Maine. ... .189! 

Pagan, Jas. McC, South Car.. 1909 Ray, Harry J., South Car 1888 Seaton, Wm. C, Jr., New Yk..l89 

Page, Frank H., Canada 1888 Ray, Ralph, North Carolina. .. 1912 SeBastian, Jas. B., Delaware. . 190, 

Paget, Joe Huger, So. Car.... 1900 Rea, Wm. A., Penna 1901 Segal, Abraham, Virginia 191< 

Palmer, R. W., Virginia 1895 Read, E. L., West Va 1902 Selby, Benj. F., Maryland 190! 

Palmer, Webber T., Iowa 1898 Reado, Arthur P., North Car.. 1907 Self, L. Ruffln, North Car 1901 

Palmer, Harry A., Virginia. .. 1904 Redfearn, B. C, North Car... 1898 Sendtner, Max. T., New York. . 190! 

Parker, Wm. W., Minnesota. . 1885 Reamer, S. S., Virginia 1887 Sengebusch, H., Germany 189. 

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Shadrach, Samuel A., Virginia. 1896 Sprinkel, C. Carter, Virginia. . 1891 Toombs, J. Everett, Mass 1883 

Shaffner, Vernon D.. Canada. .1898 Sprinkel, G. A., Jr., Virginia. .1898 Totten, Arminius W., No. Car.. 1892 

Shannon, Wm. T., Georgia. ... 1899 Sprinkel, Robt. W., Virginia. . 1903 Trapp, William S., Penna.. . . 1885 

Sharp, Joseph B., New Jersey. 1889 St. J jhn, F. Myron, Conn. ...1891 Tribble, Alexander, Missouri. . 1897 

Shaw, E. D., New York 1892 Stack, Walter O., Delaware. . .1897 Tropp, Herman, Russia 1899 

Shecut, L. C, South Car 1899 Stanley, C. C, South Car 1894 Troxler, Edw. A., North Car.. 1913 

Sheeley, H. M., Penna 1901 Stannard, M. B., New Jersey. .1912 Truby, J. Cromwell, Penna.. . .1896 

Sheeley, Curtis A., Penna. ... 1902 Starke, Parke P., Virginia. ... 1903 Truitt, George E., Maryland. . 1907 

Sheely, Wm. S., Texas 1902 Starke, Parke P., Virginia. .. 1887 Trumbo, G. 0., West Va 1910 

Shields, Nelson T., Texas 1884 Starr, Geo. E., Maryland 1895 Trump, George H., Maryland. . 1898 

Shields, Lewis N., Texas . . . .1886 8teer, H. G., New York 1890 Tryon, Ralph E., New York. . .1910 

Shields, Edward H., Ohio 1887 Steel, Frank R. (M.D.), Va...l888 Tucker, Edwin B., No. Car... 1901 

Shine, Henry R., Florida 1887 Steele, J. Russell, Penna 1897 Turner, Chas. A., Canada 1891 

Shine, R. A., Jr., Florida 1887 Steele, Stanley, Maryland 1897 Turrentine, M. H., Georgia. ... 1903 

Shipman, Wm. L., N. Y 1901 Steele, Elmer M., Virginia 1899. Twigg, Allen G. T., West Va..l911 

Shoemaker, Archie C, Penna.. 1889 Stehley, F. P., West Va 1891 Twitchell, Fred. A., Minn 1885 

Shore, R. H., North Car 1911 Stehley, P. H. (M.D.), W. Va.. 1900 Underwood, J. T., North Car..iyo» 

Shortell, E. J., New Jersey.. . .1909 Stein, Max, Russia 1897 Urmson, Randolph M., Penna.. 1911 

Shirley, Wm. C, Virginia 1904 Stein, Alexander, Russia 1901 Valentine, F. J., Maryland. ... 1903 

Shpritz, A. S., Maryland 1907 Stein, Samuel, New York 1908 van Brunt, Wm. E., Florida. . 1909 

Shreeve, J. E., Jr., Maryland.. 1904 Steinberg, Jos. B., Maryland. . 1912 van der Hoeven, Cornelius (M. 

Shreeve, 0. A. (A.B.), Md 1909 Styne, Mina F., Virginia 1899 D.), Holland 1889 

Shupp, Frank D., Maryland. . .1903 Steinbeck, C. H., West Va... 1905 van der Hoppe, R., Austria. . 1884 

Sims, Benj. F., South Car 1886 Steiner, Paul, Maryland 1909 van Meter, Wm. C, West Va..l906 

Sigler, LeRoy, Maryland 1906 Stevens, J. Frank, Penna 1891 van Nostrand, Wm. H., N. Y..1892 

Simmons, R. F., Virginia 1907 Stevens, J. Bertram, Penna. ..1901 van Nostrand, D. E., New J. ..1910 

Sims, Elton Ashby, Maryland. . 1912 Stevenson, Geo. W.. New Yk..l891 van Nostrand, John F., N. Y..1901 

Simons, Benj., South Car 1889 Stafford, Earl Z., Texas 1898 van Omer, Wm. L., Penna.. . .1901 

Simpkins, Wm. M., Georgia. . .1902 Ston, Albert H., New York... 1898 van Tassel, Harry, So. Dak... 1892 

Simpson, Jas. W., Virginia. .. .1892 Stone, E., South Africa 1904 van Zandt, Fred., New York.. 1909 

Simpson, Wm. R., S. Car 1892 Stover, E. Emmert, Penna.. . .1892 Vaughan, Robt. R. t Missouri. .1884 

Simpson, R. L., Virginia 1896 Stover, Harry C, Penna 1899 Vaughan, Patrick, Georgia. . .1897 

Sinay, Albert J., Conn 1912 Stratford, A. L., North Car.. .1884 Vegas, John J., New York. . . .1888 

Sinskey, Meyer E., Maryland. .1912 Streich, Henry, Maryland 1912 Veza, Jos. M., Austria 1892 

Skaggs, Calvin H., West Va...l905 Strickler, R. E. Lee, Virginia.. 1903 Voigt, Walter T., Maryland. .. 1908 

Skaggs, Erastus P., West Va..l906 Strenge, Arthur L., Mass 1913 von Wachter, F., Maryland. . .1892 

Skaggs, Wm. B., West Va 1908 Strickler, Suel V., Virginia. . 1910 Volck, Geo. A., Maryland 1883 

Skelton, Robt. T., New York.. 1911 Strasser, Henry, Maryland. . .1906 Volck, A. W. A., Germany. ... 1891 

Sleppy, E. E. P., Penna 1887 Stuart, Walter, Kentucky 1883 Wall, Joseph A., Penna 1886 

Sloan, Carl S., North Car 1901 Stuart, G. H. (M.D.), Md 1903 Walden, R. C, Virginia 1894 

Slocum, Frank E., New York. .1886 Stults, J. Albert, New Jersey. .1895 Waller, Durward T., Nor. Car.. .1913 

Smallwood, T. E., Maryland. . .1902 Sullivan, Jas. J., New Hamp.,1912 Walker, Carlos A., Marvland. . 1912 

Smathers, H. C, North Car... 1907 Sumner, Chas. F., Canada 1900 Walker, Fred P. M., Mass 1904 

Smathers, J. M. S., Penna 1913 Swart, Jas. E., Virginia 1902 Wallace, Jas. M., South Car... 1904 

Smith, Julian C, South Car. ..1883 Swindell, R. B., North Car. ...1884 Waltman, Jas. E., Maryland. .1905 

Smith, Walter O., Virginia. .. 1883 Switzer, Chas. C, Maryland. .1897 Walton, John E., Georgia. .. .1894 

Smith, Edgar G., New York..l8S8 Switzer, Marvin D., Virginia. .1902 Walsh, Thos. J., Vermont 1898 

Smith, Edgar L., West Va 1888 Sykes, S. Claude, Maryland. .. 1890 Walters, D. A., North Car 1911 

Smith, Howard M., Virginia. .1888 Taggart, John E., Vermont. .. .1894 Wangerman, A., Germany ... .1885 

Smith, James P., Virginia. .. .1888 Taggart, Robt. W., Vermont. .1898 Wareheim, G. G., Penna 1905 

Smith, Hampton K., So. Car.. 1889 Taft, A. W., Rhode Island. .. 1901 Ward, Cyrus A., Ohio 1895 

Smith, Fred B., Penna 1894 Tahashima, Tameja, Japan. ... 1899 Ward, Geo. N., New York.... 1895 

Smith, Thos. McC, North Car.. 1896 Talbot, Robt. W., Dist. of Col.. 1887 Wardlaw, A. B., South Car... 1899 

Smith, Luther T., North Car. .1898 Taliaferro, R. E. L., Virginia. .1891 Warnock, W. J., South Car... 1889 

Smith, Frank E., Canada 1899 Tansey, John A., New York... 1913 Warrenfels, G. M., Maryland. .1898 

Smith, George C, Maryland.. . 1899 Taylor, Elisha S., Maryland. . .1897 Watkins, Joseph Conrad (A.B., 

Smith, Harold B., New York. .1899 Taylor, Geo. W., Indiana 1900 LL.D), North Carolina 1900 

Smith, Chas. F., Jamaica 1904 Tavlor, Wm. W., North Car... 1901 Watkins, L. LeRoy, Maryland. 1903 

Smith, Stanley B., Canada. . . .1904 Taylor, Joseph A., Indiana. . . .1903 Watson, J. Wm., West Va 1892 

Smith, Wilbert B., Canada. ... 1907 Taylor, A. Zachary, Nor. Car.. 1888 Watson, James, Illinois 1894 

Smith, Harry B., Bermuda 1892 Teague, N. A., South Car 1883 Watson, J. A., South Car 1901 

Smith, Wylie I., Maryland. ... 1912 Tenny, Cecil L., Washington. .1901 Watson, K. C, Maryland 1901 

Smtih, Robt. Boyer, Penna... 1913 Teraki, Sadayoshi, Japan 1907 Watson, W. B., West Va 1901 

Smither, C. Linwood, Virginia. 1898 Temple, E. S., New York 1908 Watson, Eugene T., W. Va...l903 

Smithers, N. R., Maryland. . . .1894 Terry, Chas. Arthur. West Va..l898 Watson, S. R., North Car 1908 

Smithers, Delmar, Maryland.. .1895 Thacker, Robt. L., West Va...l898 Waters, Charles E., Maryland. . 1910 

Smithson, C. F., North Car.. . .1901 Theil, L. A. H., Wisconsin. . . .1907 Watt, James F., Indiana 1901 

Smithson, T. W., North Car... 1907 Thaman, Benj. M., Maryland. . 1910 Watts, J. Somes, Canada 1897 

Snively, Chas. L., Maryland. .. 1905 Thomas, A. O., South Car.... 1892 Watts, Willis E., New York... 1888 

Snively, Daniel B., Penna 1888 Thomas, B. Elmer, Texas 1896 Wayman, Jos. T., Virginia. . . .1884 

Snouffer, Chas. B., Penna 1892 Thomas, Fred R., Canada .... 1897 Wavman, W. N., Virginia 1900 

Snow, Henry B., Maryland. . .1891 Thomas, Herbert M., Penna. ..1903 Weaver, Fred Allen, Mass.... 1883 

Snyder, Myron W., New York. 1883 Thompson, R. W., Jr., So. Car.. 1901 Webb, Thos. D., North Car.. ..1910 

Snyder, Wm. Ruff, Penna 1902 Thompson, H. L., New York. .1907 Wegge, Wm. F., Wisconsin. . . .1885 

Snyder, Geo. A., Penna 1905 Thrift, H. A., Rhode Island. . .1912 Weighart, Geo. C, New York.. 1907 

Solomon, E. Alva, South Car.. 1891 Thrush, Wm. A., Illinois 1892 Weinberg, A., South Carolina. .1896 

Solomon, Jacob L., New Yk...l910 Thurlow, Norman C, Maine... 1912 Weinberg, D. A., South Car.. 1909 

Somers, Ralph T., Virginia. . .1907 Tibbitts, W. H., New York... 1899 Weinberger, J., New York 1897 

Southard, P. C, Delaware. .. .1908 Tigner, George S., Georgia. . .1895 Wienholt, H. O., Germany. .. .1902 

Speas, Robt. L., North Car... 1907 Tigner, Edward A., Georgia. . .1895 Weirich, Jacob L., Penna 1888 

Spahn, Chas. A., New Jersey.. 1903 Tignor, Edwin P., Virginia. . .1898 Weitfeldt, A. F. L., Germany. .1883 

Spangler, Nevin R., Penna.. .. 1908 Tillotson, R. R., New York... 1900 Wietfeldt. Arnold, Germany.. ..1887 

Sparck, Miss L. C. S., Md...l910 Tippett, Jas. H., New York... 1910 Weeks, Geo. E., North Car 1906 

Sparks, Alfred E., Canada. . . .1891 Tipton, Norman B., Louisiana, 1883 Welch, Floyd J., Virginia 1885 

Sperow, W. H., West Va 1905 Tipton, D. P., Nebraska 1892 Welsh, John E., South Car 1905 

Spratt, John L., South Car 1901 Todd, F. Foster, Marvland 1890 Wells, A. S., North Carolina. .1891 

Sprinkel, A. Hume, Virginia. .1891 Todd, Fred. P., Maryland 1888 Wells, Chas. J., Maryland 1905 

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Weller, P. B., New York 1897 Willetts, Albert F., Maine 1896 Wogan, Wm. W., Penna 18871 

Westrater, A. A., West Va....l90l Willis, Jonothan R., Penna.. . .1904 Wogan, Chas. E., Penna 189C 

Whelpley, C. B., Canada 1890 Willson, Jos. E., Indiana 1900 Wolf, Sheldon B., Penna 1895 

Wheeler, G. G., Rhode Island.. 1904 Wilson, John H., New York.. 1887 Woolsey, George, California. . .1890 

Wheeler, A. B., Maryland 1906 Wilson, Henry A., Maryland. .1892 Wood, Frank LeRoy, Maine. . .1885 

Wheeler, Fred. M., New H...1888 Wilson, N. McK., Maryland. .. 1895 Wood, C. R., New Hamp 1891 

Whitaker, Joel, North Car 1899 Wilson, Wm. P., North Car... 1910 Wood, Henry F., Virginia 1905 

Whisnant, A. J., No. Car 1905 Williams, M. E., New York... 1895 Woods, E. K., New Hamp 1892 

Whitfield, Robt. J., Canada. .. 1891 Williams, A. A., Jr., Georgia. 1897 Woods, Owings C, So. Car 1912 

Whitfield, G. F., North Car 1909 Williams, Edward R., Penna.. 1898 Woodward, A. W., Virginia. .1892 

Whitnev, Ralph M., Maine 1903 Williams, W. E., West Va 1898 Woodward, H. F., West Va...l905 

White, Mathew W., So. Car... 1887 Williams, G. R., Tennessee 1901 Wool, J. Harvey, Virginia 1892 

White, Geo. F., New York 1891 Williams, R. W., Maryland. .. 1908 Wray, Harry D., West Va 1913 

White, Montgomery L., Texas. 1892 Williams, J. H., Maryland 1909 Wright, M. V. (M.D.), N. H..1889 

White, L. A., Dist. of Col 1898 Willis, Frank M., South Car... 1888 Wright, C. A., New Hamp 1890 

White, LeRoy M., New York.. 1899 Windheim, A. P., New York.. 1908 Wright, Jos. E., Maryland 1898 

White, Benj. S., Tenn 1901 Winkelman, W. D., Maryland.. 1902 Wright, O. B., South Car 1901 

White, D. C, Louisiana 1911 Wingate, W. I., New Hamp. ..1901 Wrightson, S. B., Maryland.. .1897 

Wilbur, Robert A., South Car.. 1888 Wingo, C. E. (M.D.), Md 1891 Yacoubyan, V. K., Egypt 1905 

Wilcox, Geo. L., New York.. 1888 Wingo, C. E., Jr., Maryland. .1911 Yelvington, Elrie J., Florida. . 1909 

Wilhelm, H. T., Germany 1887 Wise, John B., South Car.... 1894 Youngs, Olm H., Conn 1911 

Wiley, Charles G., Penna 1892 Wise, Wm. H., Virginia 1899 

Willey, Henry S., North Car.. 1901 Wisherd, Elmer J., Maryland. .1884 



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LAW DEPARTMENT. 

FORTY=FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION. 



THE BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. 

JUDGE HENRY D. HARLAN, 
Constitutional Law and Domestic Relations. 
JOSEPH C. FRANCE, Esq., 
Corporations. Pleading, Practice and Legal Ethics. 
JUDGE HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, 
International Law, Public and Private. 
EDGAR A. POE, Esq., 
Bills and Notes, Sales and Suretyship. 
W. CALVIN CHESNUT, Esq., 
Criminal Law and Insurance. 
JUDGE JAMES P. GORTER. 
Juridical Equity, Evidence and Damages. 
JUDGE JOHN C. ROSE, 
Jurisdiction and Procedure of the Federal Courts, Admiralty, Bank- 
ruptcy, Patents, Trade-Marks, Copyrights and Unfair Competition. 
HERBERT T. TIFFANY, Esq., 
The Law of Real Property. 
ELI FRANK, Esq. 
Title to Real Property, Conveyancing and Torts. 

ALBERT C. RITCHIE, Esq. 

Commercial Law, Shipping and Elementary Law. 

CHARLES J. BONAPARTE, Esq., 

The Law of Contracts. 

JUDGE CARROLL T. BOND, 

Executors and Administrators. Personal Property and Bailments. 



SAMUEL WANT, Esq., 
Director of the Library and Students' Adviser. 
For Catalogue Containing Full Information, Address 
HENRY D. HARLAN, Dean and Secretary of Law Faculty, 

1061 Calvert Building, BALTIMORE, MD. 



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DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY. 

(Maryland College of Pharmacy 1841-1904) 
The Seventieth Annual Session Will Open September 29th, 1913. 



FACULTY. 



WILLIAM SIMON, Ph.D. 

Emeritus Professor of Chemistry. 

CHARLES CASPARI, Jr., Phar.D., 

Professor of Theoretical and Applied Pharmacy, Dean of the Faculty. 

DAVID M. R. CULBRETH, A.M., Ph.G., M.D., 

Professor of Materia Medica, Botany and Pharmacognosy. 

DANIEL BASE, Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry and Vegetable Histology. 

HENRY P. HYNSON, Phar.D., 

Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 

H. A. B. DUNNING, Phar.D. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Phar.D. 

Associate Professor of Pharmacy. 

CHAS. C. PLITT, Ph.G., 

Associate Professor of Materia Medica, Botany and Vegetable Histology. 

J. CARLTON WOLF, Phar.D., 

Associate Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 

HENRY E. WICH, Phar.D., Demonstrator of Chemistry. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

N. E. Corner Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore, Md. 
The One Hundred and Seventh Course of Lectures Will 
Commence October 1st, 1913. 



FACULTY OF PHYSIC, 
SAMUEL C. CHEW, M.D., LL.D., Emeritus Professor of Medicine. 
R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology. 
RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Surgery. 
L. E. NEALE, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Obstetrics. 

CHARLES W. MITCHELL, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Diseases of Children. 
THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D., Professor of Diseases of Women. 
J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Clinical Surgery. 
JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Physiology. 
ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D., Professor of Therapeutics and Surgical Pathology. 

DAVID STREETT, A.M., M.D., Professor of Practice of Medicine. 

SAMUEL K. MERRICK, M.D., Professor of Diseases of Throat and Nose. 

RIDGELY B. WARFIELD, M.D., Professor of Practice of Surgery. 

Fob Ciboulabs and Fubtheb Information, Apply to 
R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D., Dean. 

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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL. 

Southwest Corner Lombard and Greene Streets. Baltimore, Md. 

This Institution, most pleasantly located, the capacity and comforts of which 
have undergone great development to meet the increasing demands of patients, is 
fitted up with all modern conveniences for the successful treatment of Medical and 
Surgical diseases. 

Its Medical Staff comprises the FACULTY OF THE UNIVERSITY, and the 
entire management of the institution having been delegated to trained nurses, so 
well known as the faithful and efficient attendants upon the sick, patients may rely 
upon enjoying the benefits of an Infirmary, as well as the comforts and privacy of 
a home, while seeking treatment for Medical Diseases and undergoing Surgical 
Operations. 

Special attention is called to the Lylng-In Department of the Hospital, and the 
thorough privacy given to confinement. 

When persons are compelled to leave their country residences to seek profes- 
sional medical assistance In Baltimore, no institution offers greater facilities than 
the University Hospital, which presents, among other greater advantages, that of 
having six resident physicians, appointed by the Medical Faculty, all of whom are 
usually (two are always) in the building to carry out the instructions of the Pro- 
fessors. 
Boabd in Pbivate Rooms, $14 to $20 Peb Week. Boabd in Wards, $7 Peb Week. 



Department of Arts and Sciences. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, ANNAPOLIS, MD. 

St. John's College has entered into an affiliation with the Schools of Medicine, 
Law, Dentistry and Pharmacy of the University of Maryland. 

The operation of these working relations Is outlined as follows: 

First — Seniors in St. John's College may elect twelve requisite hours a week In 
the Law School of the University. The degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of 
Science is conferred upon such students at the end of the year. The Professional 
Degree may be reached in two years. 

Second — Students who have completed the Junior Year in St. John's College and 
who have made an approved choice of electives may, if they desire it, do the entire 
work of the Senior Year in the Medical School of the University. If they success- 
fully complete the work of the first medical year they are graduated with their class 
with the degree of A. B. from St John's College. 

By taking advantage of this privilege a man may complete the Undergraduate 
and Medical courses in seven years. 

During three of these years or until he has completed the work of the Junior 
Class he is a resident student in St. John's College, and for four years he is a resi- 
dent in the Medical School in Baltimore. 

At the end of the fourth year he receives the A. B. Degree and at the end of the 
seven years the M. D. Degree, but credit from Medical School cannot be accepted In 
subjects for which credit has already been given in the College of Liberal Arts. 

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FACULTY. 

THOMAS PELL, M. A., Ph. D., LL. D., D. C. L President. 

Professor of Moral Science. 

B. VERNON CECIL, M. A., Sc. D Vice-Pbesident. 

(Graduate of St. John's College.) 
Professor of Chemistry and Physics. 

JOHN B. WHITE, M. A., 

(Graduate of Geneva College.) 

Professor of Greek and Latin. 

BENJAMIN HARRISON WADDELL, M. A., 

(Graduate of Washington and Lee University.) 

Professor of Mathematics. 

JOHN BROCKWAY RIPPERE, M.A.. 
(Graduate of Wesleyan University.) 

Professor of Latin and Secretary of the Faculty. 

CHARLES G. EIDSON, B.S.E.E., M.A., 
(Graduate of University of Tennessee.) 
Associate Member American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 
Professor of Mechanical Engineering . 

ADOLF SCHUMACHER, Ph.D., 

(Graduate of Gottingen and University of Pennsylvania.) 

Professor of French and German. 

SIDNEY GUNN, B.A.. M.A., 

(Graduate of Harvard University. 

Professor of English. 

EDMOND EARL LINCOLN, B.A., 

(Gradtiate of Ohio Wesleyan University and of Oxford, England.) 

Professor of History and Political Economy. 

D. MURRAY CHESTON, U.S.A., 

(Lieutenant of the United States Army.) 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics, and Lecturer on International 

and Constitutional Law. 

REGINALD H. RIDGELY, B.S.. M.A.. 

(Graduate of St. John's College.) 

Professor of Biology. 

THOMAS L. GLADDEN, 

Superintendent of the Preparatory School and 
Instructor in English and Latin. 

ROSCOE E. GROVE, B. A., 

(Graduate of St. John's College.) 

Assistant in Preparatory School. 

SARAH BERRY, 

Registrar, and Secretary for the President. 



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LIB 
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Gt Of- 



THIRTY-THIRD 

ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT AND CATALOGUE 

of the 

DENTAL DEPARTMENT 

of the 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




Northeast Corner Lombard and Greene Streets 
BALTIMORE, MD. 

SESSION 1914-1915 



Dental Practitioners and others desiring to receive the Annual Cata- 
logue regularly, are requested to send their Names and 
Addresses to the Dean 



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CALENDAR. 

THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION. 
1914. 



June 1 to September 30 — Daily Clinics in Dental Infirmary. 

October 1 — Regular Session begins. 

October 15 — Re-examination of Deficient Students and Examination for 

Advanced Standing. 
November 26 — Thanksgiving Day, holiday. 
December 23 — Christmas Recess begins, 6 P. M. 



Christmas Recess. 
1915. 
January 4 — Lectures resumed, 9 A. M. 
February 22 — Holiday. 
April 20 (about) — Final Examinations begin. 

June 1 (about) — Commencement, Annual Meeting of Alumni Associa- 
tion. 



All communications for information relative to the DENTAL DEPART- 
MENT should be addressed to the Dean, T. O. Heatwole, M. D., D. D. S., 
Northeast Corner of Greene and Lombard Sts., Baltimore, Md. 



DEPARTMENTS 

OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND. 

THE UNIVERSITY is represented by five Departments, each, having 
a distinct Faculty of Instruction. 

1st. The College of Liberal Arts at Annapolis, Md. St. John's 
College, Annapolis, Md., founded in 1696, has by affiliation become the 
Department of Arts and Sciences. The curriculum leads to the degree of 
Bachelor, or Master of Arts or Sciences. 

2nd. The School of Medicine in Baltimore, Md. This School was 
established in Baltimore, Md., in 1807, and offers a high-grade course in 
medicine, extending over a period of four years, and leading to the degree 
of Doctor of Medicine. 

3rd. The School of Law in Baltimore, Md. This School, founded in 
1812 and reorganized in 1869, is designed by means of a course of study 
covering three years to qualify its students for the decree of Bachelor of 
Laws and for an intelligent practice of the Law. 

4th. The Department of Dentistry was founded in 1882, and is 
designed to teach the art of dentistry as an integral part of the School of 
Medicine. The course of study leading to the degree of Doctor of Dental 
Surgery covers a period of three years. 

5th. The Department of Pharmacy was established in 1840 as the 
Maryland College of Pharmacy, and affiliated with the School of Medicine 
in 1904. The course of study covers two years, and leads to the degree of 
Doctor of Pharmacy. 



BOARD OF REGENTS 



OF THE 



University of Maryland, 



THOMAS FELL, Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Provost. 



R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D., M.D. 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.A., M.D., LL.D. 

THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D., LL.D. 

HON. HENRY D. HARLAN, LL.D. 

L. E. NEALE, M.D., LL.D. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D. 

HON. JOHN C. ROSE. 

D. M. R. CULBRETH, M.D. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

CHARLES CASPARI, JR., Phar.D. 

DANIEL BASE, Ph.D. 

HENRY P. HYNSON, Phar.D. 

HON. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, LL.D. 

PHILEMON H. TUCK, ESQ. 

EDGAR A. POE, A.B., M.A., LL.D. 

ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D. 

JOSEPH C. FRANCE, ESQ. 

T. O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S. 

ROBERT MOSS, ESQ. 

DAVID STREETT, M.A., M.D. 

SAMUEL K. MERRICK, M.D. 

RIDGELY B. WARFIELD. M.D. 

ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S. 

THE UNIVERSITY COUNCIL. 

The duty of this council is to formulate the scheme of studies to be pursued 
by students desiring both an academic and a professional, or scientific degree, 
and to act upon such other matters as may be brought before them. 
THE CHANCELLOR, 

HON PHILLIPS LEE GOLDSBOROUGH, 

Governor of Maryland. 
THE PRO-CHANCELLOR, 

THOMAS FELL, Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L. 

President of St. John's College. 
PROFESSORS B. V. CECIL, A.M., Sc.D., and C. W. STRYKER, A.M., 

For St. John's College. 
PROFESSORS R. DORSEY COALE, Ph. D., and 
RANDOLPH WINSLOW, A.M., M.D., LL.D., 

For School of Medicine. 
PROFESSORS HENRY D. HARLAN, LL. D., and W. T. BRANTLY, A.M., 

For School of Law. 
PROFESSOR T. O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S., 

For School of Dentistry. 
PROFESSOR CHARLES CASPARI, Jr., Phar.D., 

For School of Pharmacy. 



FACULTY OF THE DENTAL DEPARTMENT. 



T. O. HEATWOLE. Dean. 



R. DORSEY COALE, A.M., Ph.D., 

Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, A.M., MD., 

Professor of Anatomy. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

Professor of Physiology. 

TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Operative and Clinical Dentistry. 

J. WILLIAM SMITH, D. D. S., 

Professor of Dental Prosthesis. 

ELMER E. CRUZEN, D. D. S., 

Professor of Crown and Bridge Work and Ceramics. 

B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Oral Hygiene and Dental History. 

ELDRIDGE BASKIN, M.D., D.D.S., 

Associate Professor of Clinical Dentistry and Orthodontia. 

J. W. HOLLAND, M.D., 

Associate Professor of Anatomy. 

L. WHITING FARINHOLT, D.D.S., 

Demonstrator of Crown-Bridge, Porcelain and Inlay Work. 

CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D.D.S., 

Instructor of Histology and Dental Anatomy. 

ROBERT P. BAY, M.D., 

Instructor in Oral Surgery. 

ROBERT L. MITCHELL, M.D., 

Instructor of Bacteriology and Pathology. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Ph.G., 

Director of Chemical Laboratory. 

FRANCIS J. VALENTINE, A. M., D. D. S., 

Director of Dental Infirmary. 

WILLIAM A. REA, D.D.S., 

Chief Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

ALEX. II. PATTERSON, D.D.S., 

Demonstrator of Prosthetic Dentistry. 

S. W1I1TEFORD MOORE, D.D.S., 

Demonstrator of Anaesthesia and Analgesia. 

WALTER E. GREEN, D.D.S. 

B. FITZROY PHILLIPS, D.D.S. 

CHARLES A. SHBEBVB, D.D.S. 

W. II. HEREIN, D.D.S. 

Assistant Dental Demonstrators 



ANNOUNCEMENT. 
1914-1915 



The course of instruction in the Dental Department of the Univer- 
sity of Maryland covers a period of three Sessions of seven months each, 
exclusive of holidays, in separate years. 

The Thirty-third Regular Session will begin October 1, 1914, and 
continue until about May 20, 1915. Full attendance during this period 
is demanded in order to get advancement to higher classes. Class Exami- 
nations for the Session will be held in October, January and April. 

This Department of the University of Maryland is a member, in good 
standing, of the National Association of Dental Faculties, and conforms 
to all the rules and regulations of that body. 

Being an integral part of the Faculty of Physic, the students of this 
Dental Department have the advantage of receiving joint instruction with 
the medical students on the subjects embraced in both courses. Such a 
scheme of curriculum provides for the establishment of fraternalism dur- 
ing the training period and should make it easier to maintain a proper 
ethical relationship in after actual practice. 

The many men of eminence in professional, civil and social life, gradu- 
ates of this institution, distributed throughout the civilized world, will 
amply attest to the high standard and thorough training in vogue in th© 
past, and no effort will be lost in an attempt to keep abreast of the devel- 
opment in the practical scientific advancement of the profession in the 
future. 

The Central Young Men's Christian Association maintains a Branch 
Association in the buildings of the University and students are eligible as 
active or as associate members, such membership procuring for them spe- 
cial privileges in the City Association. A Students' Bible Class has been 
in operation during the past seventeen years, resulting in the maintenance 
and promotion of Christian character and morality among the students. 

Aside from and independent of the Regular Session, this institution main- 
tains a Spring and Summer Course, which follows immediately the termi- 
nation of each Regular Session and continues until October 1st. This 
Course is intended for practical work only ; no credit for time thus put in 
is allowed toward graduation. The many advantages of the Spring and 
Summer Session for actual practice cannot be overestimated, as the number 
of patients applying for dental services is always very large and the Infirm- 
ary is never closed except on Sundays and other holidays. 

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REQUIREMENTS FOR MATRICULATION. 

The Requirements for Matriculation in the Dental Department of the 
University of Maryland are those established by rule of the National 
Association of Dental Faculties, of which body this institution is a mem- 
ber, viz., the completion of a four-year course in a standard high school, 
or its equivalent. 

(1) All applicants for matriculation must submit their credentials to 
the State Examiner, Mr. Isaac L. Otis, 1211 Cathedral St., Baltimore, 
Maryland, for verification. If found qualified, the Examiner will issue a 
Maryland Certificate, which entitles applicant to full matriculation. 

(2) Applicants lacking credentials may establish a rating by taking 
the entrance examinations given September 14-19, 1914; January 18-23, 
1915; June 14-19, 1915; September 13-18, 1915; which will cover the sub- 
jects included in the standard four-year high school course. 

(3) Applicants are advised to make request of the Dean for special 
blank on which to report credentials to Examiner. 

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS. 

In order to receive credit for a full Session, each student must have 
entered and be in attendance not later than ten days after the beginning 
and remain until the close of the Regular Session, the dates for which have 
been announced in the Annual Catalogue. 

In case of sickness, attested by a physician's certificate, students may 
enter twenty days after the opening of the Regular Session. 

ADVANCED STANDING. 

Graduates from reputable and accredited medical colleges are admitted 
to the Junior Year and credits allowed on all subjects completed which are 
included in the Dental Course. 

Students from other recognized dental colleges will be given credit for 
all work completed in the institution from which they come. 

At the close of each Session, each student must pass a satisfactory 
examination on the several subjects of that year before he can be entered 
in the succeeding grade. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

The candidate for graduation must have attended three sessions of 
instruction in some recognized dental college, the last year of which must 
have been in this institution. 

He must have satisfied the requirements of each of the several instructors 
and proven himself proficient in the theory and practice of Dentistry. 

He must have attained the age of twenty-one years and be of good moral 
character. 

Students may matriculate by mail by sending money order, or registered 
letter containing the amount of fee, $5.00, to Dr. T. O. Heatwole, Dean, 
Corner Greene and Lombard Sts., Baltimore, Md. 

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FEES FOR EACH REGULAR WINTER COURSE. 

The Fees {with the exception of the Diploma Fee) must be paid as fol- 
lows: One-half on the entrance day, and the balance during the first week 
of the succeeding January; this rule must be strictly observed. 

Matriculation (paid once only), $5.00. Tuition fee, $150.00. Diploma 
fee, $30.00. Dissecting fee (paid once only), $10.00. 

(The Diploma Fee must be paid by the first of April of the year of grad- 
uation.) 

A special ticket is issued at the close of each session to every student of 
the first and second year classes, as an evidence that he has passed success- 
fully, or unsuccessfully, examinations for advancement to a higher grade, 
and also has attended a full session. 

No assessment is made on candidates for graduation, the University 
bearing all the expenses attending the Commencement Exercises. 

Dental students who have attended three full Sessions in the University 
are privileged to attend a subsequent session on payment of a matriculation 
fee only. 

FEES FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER COURSES. 

The tuition fee for the Spring and Summer Course is $75, which must be 
paid by the first of June of each year, or on matriculation if the student 
enters later; this amount will be deducted from fees of the next following 
Winter Session. 



^TOTES. 

Laboratory and Infirmary lockers are assigned in order of matricula- 
tion. 

The Dean will advise parents or guardians of the progress being made 
and of the general conduct of students, when requested so to do. 

Students are required to provide themselves with such instruments as 
may be listed by the several instructors. 

Means are provided whereby students who are strangers in the city, by 
applying to the Dean's Office, may be suitably accommodated with lodg- 
ing, etc. 

A deposit is required of each Junior student, as a breakage fund, apply- 
ing to Chemical Laboratory Course. 

Each Department of the University publishes exclusively its own list of 
matriculates. 

The Dean will be found in his office, in the Dental Building, corner 
Greene and Lombard Sts., at 2 :30 P. M., each weekday. 



Course of Study — Summary. 



Freshman Yeab. 
Anatomy — Lectures, Demonstrations. 
Physiology — Lectures, Recitations. 
Chemistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Materia Medica — Lectures, Recitations. 
Operative Technics — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Prosthetic Technics — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Demonstrations, Laboratory. 
Practical Anatomy — Demonstrations. 
Histology — Lectures, Laboratory. 

Junior Year. 
Anatomy — Lectures. 
Physiology — Lectures, Recitations. 
Chemistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics — Lectures, Recitations. 
Clinical Dentistry — Lectures, Demonstrations. 
Operative Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Prosthetic Dentistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Practical Prosthetic Dentistry — Demonstrations, Laboratory. 

Senior Year. 
Oral Surgery — Lectures, Recitations. 
Bacteriology — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Pathology — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Orthodontia — Lectures, Clinics. 
Operative Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Prosthetic Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Clinical Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Oral Hygiene — Lectures, Clinics. 
Dental History — Lectures. 



DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION. 



DENTAL PROSTHESIS. 

J. WILLIAM SMITH, D. D. S. 

The course of instruction under this chair embraces a thorough treatise 
on the preparation and treatment of the mouth for artificial dentures; the 
art of Becuring perfect impressions of the parts to which substitutes are to 
be adjusted, together with a discussion of the materials and devices 
employed in the work ; a comprehensive study of model construction and 

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the materials used for same, this being supplemented with definite instruc- 
tion on modes of manipulation best calculated to give satisfactory results. 
Also, a thorough study of approved methods of constructing artificial 
dentures on the various bases, such as vulcanite, celluloid, gold and other 
plate metal, and continuous gum work the properties and special adapta- 
bility of the several bases to particular cases being treated in a comprehen- 
sive manner. 

The teaching from this chair is done through didatic lectures, reviews, 
demonstrations and work on practical cases. 

CHEMISTRY AND METALLURGY. 

PROF. R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D. 

The aim of this course is to present to the student the most important 
facts and principles of Modern Chemistry in a plain but precise and scien- 
tific form. Special attention will be given to the mode of preparation, 
properties, etc., of the metals, alloys and the various compounds used in 
dental practice. 

The course of lectures will be fully illustrated by experiments, for which 
purpose the department is well supplied with apparatus. 

The didactic lecture course on Chemistry will be supplemented, during 
the Junior year, by laboratory experiments covering the work embraced 
in the theoretical teaching. The scope of work done is intended to make the 
subject practical and to afford opportunity to the student to prove for him- 
self the established laws of physical and chemical force, the affinity exist- 
ing between certain elements, and to give training in formula construction. 

ANATOMY. 

PROF. J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D 

Anatomy will be taught in the most practical manner, not only by didac- 
tic lectures in the anatomical theatre, but by class demonstrations of oste- 
ology and syndesmology, under the supervision of an Associate Professor of 
Anatomy. The lectures on this fundamental branch of medicine and dental 
science will be amply illustrated with preparations, models, plates, draw- 
ings and dissected cadaver. Special reference will be made to the anatomy, 
microscopical and comparative, of the jaws, teeth, salivary glands and other 
organs and tissues contained within or accessory to the oral cavity. 

The teaching of this branch is graded and covers a period of two Ses- 
sions. The instruction during the First Year is given by an Associate Pro- 
fessor, who also has charge of the Practical Anatomy, this calling for the 
complete dissection of the whole human cadaver. 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

PROF. JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

The instruction in this department is graded and covers a period of two 
years. The work of the first half of the first year is applied to the subject 
of biology, under which a full study of the structure, life, action, growth 
and reproduction of living organisms is taken up. The latter half of the 
first year is given over to a study of the fundamental principles of physi- 
ology, such as will ground the study well in the science of living matter 
and its function, and a treatise on the circulatory and respiratory systems. 

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The second-year course embraces a complete and comprehensive study 
of the vital phenomena of muscular action ; digestion ; heart, liver, kidneys 
and their functions ; the secretory and excretory glands, and the brain and 
nervous system. 

MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS. 

PROF. TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S. 

Two hours each week to each class are devoted to instruction in this 
branch. It is the aim to prepare the First Year students in the funda- 
mentals of Materia Medica, ground him well in symbols, special characters 
and definitions ; the laws governing the action of drugs, preparations, their 
mode of manufacture, relative strengths and dosage; the English and 
Metric systems of weights and measures, together with many other special 
and important basic details. 

The Junior Year work embraces the grouping of drugs under their physi- 
ologic action and therapeutic uses; preparations and doses of individual 
drugs, their toxicology, with treatment by chemical and physiologic anti- 
dotes; and general and local anaesthesia. Special attention is given to a 
study of all agencies employed to correct pathologic conditions occurring 
about the mouth. 

OPERATIVE AND CLINICAL DENTISTRY. 
PROF. ISAAC H. DAVIS, M D., D.D.S. 

The course from this Chair will comprise thorough practical instruc- 
tion in all dental operations such as filling, extracting, crowning and regu- 
lating the teeth ; the filling of pulp canals ; the treatment of alveolar abscess, 
diseased pulps, etc. All proper methods for performing operations on the 
teeth and tissues involved will be demonstrated at regular clinics. The 
various forms and qualities of gold and other metals will be carefully con- 
sidered, and the kind best suited for each particular case thoroughly 
explained and practically demonstrated in operations known to the pro- 
fession. The advantages and disadvantages of each particular form of 
gold will be carefully scrutinized. The methods of manipulating cohesive 
and non-cohesive gold foils will be carefully taught, as a knowledge -of the 
uses of both forms is absolutely essential to a complete dental education. 
All plastic materials for filling teeth, such as amalgam, cement, etc., and 
the mode of manipulation will receive careful attention. 

The Professor of this branch has an Associate who at stated periods 
gives practical clinics at the Chair to sections of the several classes. 

CROWN--BRIDQE-CERAMICS.) 

ELMER E CRUZEN, D.D.S. 

The teaching of this branch covers a graded course of three Sessions. All 
the various methods, appliances and materials employed in the work are 
minutely described by lectures delivered on the subject once each week. 
Demonstrations are also given and much time occupied in the supervision 
of experimental work assigned to students in the laboratory. The instruc- 
tor of this branch assists in the practical work of this character being 
done in the Infirmary. 

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Gold and porcelain inlay work, as well as baked porcelain crowns and 
bridges, receive the attention their importance demands. 

ORAL HYGIENE AND DENTAL HISTORY. 

PROF. B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S. 

The subject of Oral Hygiene is claiming special consideration at the 
present time. It embraces a treatise on the factors present in the mouth 
which produce disease of the oral cavity and reflect their influence generally 
throughout the system. The study of this subject is presented by a course 
of lectures in the Third Year and includes the causes, results and treatment 
for the eradication of unhygienic and, therefore, dangerous conditions of 
the oral cavity. 

The course in Dental History, now regarded as a necessary part of the 
education of the Twentieth Century Oral Specialist, will embrace an expo- 
sition of the subject, from the crude methods in the days of antiquity to 
the wonderful scientific and exact methods of the time in which we live- 

ORAL SURGERY. 

ROBERT P. BAY, M.D. 

The course of study on this branch is placed in the Senior Year, and 
consists of lectures on the etiology, pathology and treatment of all classes 
of tumors occurring in and about the mouth, face and head. Special clinics 
and demonstrations are given to the students of this department in the 
Hospital, which is located on the grounds of the University. The aim of 
this course is to familiarize the student with abnormal conditions incident 
to the field of his future operation and to thoroughly train him in the 
diagnosis of benign and malignant growths. 

HISTOLOGY. 

CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D D.S. 

The Course in Histology is given in the First Year and is taught by 
both lectures and demonstrations in the laboratory. It is intended to 
familiarize the student with the minute anatomy of the various tissues and 
organs of the body. Students are trained in the proper use of the micro- 
scope and its accessories, and staining, mounting and properly manipulat- 
ing sections made for microscopic study. 

PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY. 

ROBERT L. MITCHELL, M.D. 

In the Third Year, general and special Pathology and Bacteriology are 
taught by didactic lectures, recitations and demonstrations in the labora- 
tory. Gross Pathology and Pathologic Histology are taught by personal 
demonstrations, the former embracing several hundred museum specimens. 

The course in Bacteriology includes practical technics and the study of 
special bacteria of the mouth. 

The laboratory is amply provided with microscopes and other necessary 
accessories for thorough teaching. The time devoted to both subjects will 
be three hours a week for the full seven months, the time being about 
equally divided between the two. 

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ORTHODONTIA. 

PROF. ELDRIDGE BASKIN, M.D., D.D.S. 

The advancement of Dental Science has made this an important feature 
in the curriculum and in its consideration, special emphasis is laid on the 
knowledge of true or normal occlusion, the causes responsible for maloccula- 
sion and classification of same. Special attention is given to the phe- 
nomena of tooth movement and the various appliances required to correct 
malposed teeth. 

This branch also includes definite instruction on the harmony of facial 
lines, the strong points in facial expression, and an explanation of the 
necessity and method of adapting forces to the maldeveloped parts, making 
them more nearly ideal. 

The teaching of Orthodontia is done by a course of lectures and demon- 
strations on models and practical cases obtained from the daily clinics. 



Department of Technics. 



PROSTHETIC LABORATORY. 

ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S 

Under the supervision of a chief demonstrator and his assistants, each 
member of the Junior and Senior Classes is required to construct experi- 
mental and practical dentures on the various bases recommended in the 
theoretical course on Dental Prosthesis. Special attention is given to details 
in impression taking, model construction, tooth selection for individual 
cases, their artistic arrangement with an eye single to normal facial resto- 
ration, proper articulation and occlusion, swaging of metal bases and 
soldering. 

The instruction of this department is conducted on practical lines, which 
brings the teacher and pupil in personal contact. The facilities for carry- 
ing on the work are modern and complete, and every possible means pro- 
vided whereby a student may acquire proficiency in the art of substituting 
lost masticatory organs. 



PROSTHETIC TECHNICS. 

ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S 

Prosthetic Technics is taught during the first half of the First Session. 
The teaching is done by demonstrations and by personal supervision of 
vulcanite plate construction by the students, beginning with the partial set 
and leading up to the full denture. Each instrument and its use is 
explained and demonstrated. Likewise, all the materials employed in the 
process. At the close of the Course, a specimen piece is required from each 
student, upon which he is graded. 

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OPERATIVE TECHNICS. 

ALEX. II. PATERSON, D.D.S 

This instruction is given during the latter half of the First Year, and 
the purpose of it is to familiarize the student with the gross and minute 
anatomy of the natural teeth, to impart the essentials of cavity preparation 
and to enable him to locate what are termed the pulp chamber and the 
root canals, to demonstrate the several cavity and canal filling materials, 
and to train the beginner in manipulation of instruments about the mouth. 

At the termination of the Course, each student is required to prepare a 
cavity and insert a cohesive gold filling, this being the basis of his grade 
for the work in this branch. 



INFIRMARY CLINIC. 

The Infirmary and Dental Department of the University of Maryland 
is a large, commodious, thoroughly equipped room, 100 by 33 feet in 
dimensions, with ample window space to supply sufficient light for opera- 
tions in the mouth. 

This room is open to the general public every day, except Sundays and 
other holidays, from 1 :30 to 6 P. M., and the many thousands of patients 
who present themselves during the Session supply abundant means for 
practical experience to the students of the several classes. This has made 
of it one of the best clinics in the country. 

ANAESTHESIA AND EXTRACTING. 

Supplemental to the theoretical instruction given to the students on the 
subject of Anaesthesia through the Chair of Materia Medica and Therapeu- 
tics, special clinics and demonstrations are provided for and conducted in 
connection with the extracting room clinic. 

The many patients coming to this clinic each day give opportunity for 
practical experience and the development of skill in tooth extraction. 
Special attention is given to different cases by the demonstrator in charge, 
such as the extraction of impacted teeth, the skillful removal of roots with 
the least possible mutilation of surrounding parts, the proper methods for 
lancing abscesses, and other incidents accompanying extraction, 



PRACTICAL ANATOMY. 

The instruction given in this section is a part of the First Year Course. 
Each student is required to dissect an entire human subject, material for 
which is supplied by the University. The work is done during the stated 
hours of each weekday, under the personal supervision of the Associate 
Professor of Anatomy and his assistants. 

HOSPITAL CLINICS. 

The advantages of the University Hospital, which is situated in the 
group of University buildings, are at all times open to the students of the 
Dental Department. All classes of operations are conducted in the special 

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amphitheatre, which affords, through its peculiar arrangement, splendid 
opportunity for students to view the technique of the surgeon at his work. 
By attendance on these clinics, the students also gain practical information 
in the use of anaethetics, both general and local, which are in daily use. 

TEXT=BOOKS. 

Operative Dentistry: Johnson, Kirk. 
Prosthetic Dentistry: Kichard, Turner. 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics : Prinz, Buckley, Gorgas, Stevens. 
Physiology: Haliburton, Kirke. 
Anatomy : Gray. 
Chemistry: Simons. 

Histology: Piersol, Storh, Schaefer, Hill. 
Orthodontia: Angle, Talbott, Guilford, Jackson. 
Bacteriology: McFarland, Hiss, Zinsser, Jordan. 
Pathology : Stengel, Coplin, Buchard, Inglis. 
Oral Surgery: Blair, Underwood, Marshall. 
Dental Anatomy: Broumell. 
Medical Dictionary: Gould, Lippincott, Stedman. 

PRIZES. 

The following prizes were awarded to members of the Senior, Junior and 
Freshman Classes of this Dental Department for the Session of 1913-14: 

University Gold Medals for Highest Grade at Final Examinations — 
J. Ben Robinson, Harry Kemp Foster. 

Honorable Mention for Second Highest Grade — Manuel G. Guerra, 
George J. Whalen. 

Roll of Honor (fifteen students of the Senior Class with highest stand- 
ing in order named) — J. Ben Robinson, Michael G. Guerra, Lewis 
Goldstrom, Jr., Solomon L. Quitt, Frank Harry Ackrill, Willar'd C. 
Bundy, Herbert F. Lewis, Thomas F. O'Neil, B. Sargent Wells, Eva 
C. Carter, Harry Kemp Foster, George J. Whalen, Matthew C. 
Holmes, Frederick B. Askins, James IT. Samuel. 

SENIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

The James II. Harris Gold Medal (for best Non-Cohesive Gold Filling) 
■ — Solomon L. Quitt. 

First Honorable Mention — Robert M. Olive, Leslie D. Bell. 

The F. J. S. Gorgas Gold Medal (for best Cohesive Gold Filling)— Eva 
C. Carter. 

First Honorable Mention — Thomas L. Spoon. 

Second Honorable Mention — William C. Taylor. 

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The Prof. I. H. Davis Gold Medal (for best Combination Gold Filling) 
— Harold J. Foley. 

First Honorable Mention — John R. Radice. 

The Prof. B. Merrill Hopkinson Gold Medal (for best Oral Hygiene 
Exhibit) — Eva C. Carter. 

Honorable Mention — Benjamin Gross. 

The Alex. H. Paterson Gold Medal (for best Full Upper Set of Teeth 
on Metal) — Manuel G. Guerra. 

First Honorable Mention — L. D. Bell. 

Second Honorable Mention — B. Sargent Wells. 

Gold Medal (for best Senior Class Crown and Bridge Work) — Leslie 
Dunbar Bell. 

First Honorable Mention — John R. Lamb. 

Second Honorable Mention — Chester Miller. 

JUNIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

Gold Medal (for best Combination Set of Teeth) — J. R. Walker. 
First Honorable Mention — Elsie Roof. 
Second Honorable Mention — A. S. Loewenson. 

The Charles R. Deeley Gold Medal (for best Junior Class Crown and 
Bridge Work) — Miss L. E. McKeown. 
Honorable Mention — A. S. Loewenson. 

FRESHMAN CLASS PRIZES. 

The Luther B. Benton Gold Medal (for best Vulcanite Set of Teeth)— 
Gerald I. Brandon. 

First Honorable Mention — R. F. Bundy. 

Second Honorable Mention — F. Gonzalez. 

The Dr. L. W. Farinholt Gold Medal (for best Freshman Class Crown 
and Bridge Work) — Gerald I. Brandon. 

Honorable Mention — E. L. Smith. 

The Dr. J. S. Geiser Gold Medal (for best Freshman Class Cohesive Gold 
Filling) — Gerald I. Brandon. 

Honorable Mention — F. Gonzalez. 



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GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1914 



Frank Harry Ackrill Connecticut 

Frederick Banker Askins New York 

William C. Beland Massachusetts 

Leslie Dunbar Bell Bermuda 

Renh A. Bibeau Massachusetts 

Frank Ruhl Bristol New York 

Aaron A. Bross Connecticut 

Willard Clifford Bundy Rhode Island 

Kya Carroll Carter Virginia 

Joseph Costa Carvalho Massachusetts 

Salvador Augusto Cocco Santo Domingo 

Jacob Joseph Cooley Massachusetts 

George Ambrose Dunphy Rhode Island 

Morris Sidney Dunn Connecticut 

Armando I. Fu ardo Cuba 

Harold J. Foley Massachusetts 

Harvey Kemp Foster North Carolina 

John Henry Frederick Maryland 

Wallace D. Gibbs North Carolina 

Lewis Goldstrom, Jr Maryland 

Ramon G. Goyco Porto Rico 

Benjamin Gross Connecticut 

Michael Groves South Carolina 

Benjamin Adams Guard Virginia 

Manuel Gonsalves Guerra Massachusetts 

Elmer E. Haohman Maryland 

Daltqn LeCbon Harbaugh Pennsylvania 

Benjamin J. Hammet South Carolina 

David S. Highkin Maryland 

Matthew Cameron Holmes Massachusetts 

JosEPn Hoy Massachusetts 

Harold Edwabd Hyde West Virginia 

William Tboy Jenkins West Virginia 

Herbert E. Keller New Jersey 

Hakry B. Lacy Virginia 

JOHN Richard Lamb New York 

Henry R. Lasoh Connecticut 

J. J. Leininoer New York 

Arthur II. Lepine Massachusetts 

Jacob B. Lkvenson Maryland 

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Herbert F. Lewis New Hampshire 

Clarence William Mara Connecticut 

Abraham H. Mendelsohn Maryland 

Chester Ezekiel Miller Maryland 

Joseph S. Mitchell Massachusetts 

F. Ulises Odio Cuba 

Sanshiro Okugawa Japan 

Robert Milton Olive North Carolina 

Thomas Francis O'Neil Connecticut 

P. P. Payne Maryland 

Henry Thomas Phelan Rhode Island 

Henry James Pieper New York 

Solomon Louis Quitt Maryland 

John Richardson Radice New York 

W. Ray Richards Maryland 

J. Ben Robinson West Virginia 

Frank Leston Rogers Massachusetts 

C. Albert Ruppersberger Maryland 

Charles Mack Sanders South Carolina 

James Henry Samuel New Jersey 

John Patrick Sheehan New York 

Thomas Luther Spoon North Carolina 

Maurice Ernest Stein New York 

Julius Henry Summerfield Maryland 

William Comfort Taylor North Carolina 

John Covington Tinsley Virginia 

Julian M. Tiss New York 

Francis Henry Vail Connecticut 

Robert Lee Ward Alabama 

Harold Eugene B. Webb Maryland 

B. Sargent Wells West Virginia 

George James Whalen Massachusetts 

Adolphus Erle Worsh am North Carolina 

William Thomas Wright, Jr Virginia 

Edwin Cooper Yost Virginia 



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CATALOGUE OF DENTAL STUDENTS 



SESSION 1913=1914 



All of these Matriculates conformed to the requirements for Admission 
as Specified by the Annual Catalogue for each year. 



SENIOR CLASS. 
Name. Residence. Preceptor 

Ackrill, F. H Connecticut Dr. B. C. Burgess. 

f Adams, W. W Massachusetts B. M. C. 

Askins, F. B Massachusetts Dr. E. Arch en. 

Belaud, W. C Massachusetts Dr. C. C. Tessier. 

Bell, J. P Canada Dr. F. Cashman. 

Bell, L. D Bermuda Watlington & Clark. 

Bibeau, R. A Massachusetts Dr. W. M. Da Belle. 

Boazman, F. E South Carolina Dr. W. O. Holloway. 

Bristol, F. F New York Univ. of Md. 

Bross, A. A Connecticut B. M. C. 

Bundy, W. C Rhode Island Univ. of Md. 

Carter, Miss E. C Virginia Dr. C. W. Link. 

Carvalho, J. C Massachusetts Univ. of Md. 

Cocco, S. A Santo Domingo Univ. of Md. 

Cooley, J. J Massachusetts Dr. J. N. Cornell. 

Dentry, C. G Maryland Dr. W. F. Schricker. 

Dunphy, G. A Rhode Island Dr. J. J. Dwyer. 

Dunn, M Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

Fajardo, A Cuba Dr. H. H. Infante. 

Foley, H. J Massachusetts Dr. J. F. Sheehan. 

Foster, H. K North Carolina Dr. J. D. Gregg. 

Frederick, J. H Maryland Dr. Edward Stieff. 

Gibbs, W. D North Carolina Dr. A. S. Wells. 

Goldstrom, L .Maryland Dr. J. S. McClees. ' 

Goyco, R. G Porto Rico Univ. of Md. 

Gross, B Connecticut Dr. H. W. Belzer. 

Groves, M South Carolina Dr. J. E. Molony. 

Guard, B. A Virginia Dr. W. C. Shirley. 

Guerra, M. G Massachusetts Univ. of Md. 

Hachman, E. E Maryland Dr. H. T. Robinson. 

Ilarbaugh, D. L Pennsylvania Dr. S. L. LeCron. 

Hammet, B. J., Jr South Carolina Dr. B. H. Teague. 

Hh-hkin, D. S Maryland Dr. E. Nordin. 

Holmes, M. C Massachusetts B. M. C. 

Hoy, J Massachusetts Dr. H. C. R. Breault. 

Hyde, H. E West Virginia Dr. A. B. Rees. 

Jenkins, W. T West Virginia B. M. C. 

Keller, H. E New Jersey Dr. J. T. Lillis. 

Lacy, II. B Virginia Dr. E. W. Twyman. 

Lamb, J. R New York Univ. of Md. 

La riviere, E Massachusetts Dr. E. Archen. 

Lnscli, H Connecticut Dr. R. E. Reardsley. 

•*Leao, W. A. C Brazil Univ. of Md. 

Leininger, J. J New York Dr. W. II. S. Martin. 

Leplne, A. II Massachusetts Dr. J. A. Campagna. 

Levenson, J New Jersey Dr. Greenwood. 

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Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Lewis, H. F New Hampshire TIniv. of Md. 

Mara, C. W Connecticut Dr. Harry Iloteling. 

Mendelsohn, A Maryland Dr. Samuel Roth. 

Miller, C. E Maryland Iniv. of Md. 

Mitchell, J. S Massachusetts Univ. of Md. 

Odio, U Cuba Univ. of Md. 

Okugawa, S Japan Dr. M. O. Sipes. 

Olive, R. M North Carolina Dr. P. W. Olive. 

O'Neil, T. F Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

O'Neil, W. F Vermont Univ. of Md. 

Payne, P. P Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Phelan, H. T Hhode Island Dr. J. P. Massicotte 

Pieper, H. J Mew York Univ. of Md. 

Pierce, M. C Vermont Univ. of Md. 

Quitt, S Maryland Dr. Wm. Quitt. 

Radice, J. R New York Dr. J. M. Schafer. 

Rankin, R. Y < Canada [Jniv. of Md. 

Riba, O -uba Univ. of Md. 

Riba, P "uba Univ. of Md. 

Richards, W. R Maryland Dr. W. Jones 

Robinson, J. B West Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Roca, V Cuba Univ of Md. 

Rogers, F. L Massachusetts B. M. C. 

Ruppersberger, C. A Maryland Dr. W. T. Voigt. 

Sanders, C M South Carolina Dr. J. O. Sanders. 

Samuel, J. H Massachusetts Dr. G. H. Samuel. 

Sheehan, J. P New York Dr. M. E*. Williams. 

Spoon, T. L \ T orth Carolina Dr. J. D. Gregg. 

Stein, M. E New York Univ. of Md. 

Summerfield, J. H Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Taylor, W. C North Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Tinsley, J. C Virginia Dr R. C. Lewis. 

Tiss, J. M New York Univ. of Md. 

Vail, F. H Connecticut Dr. George F. Vail. 

Ward, R. L Alabama Univ. of Md. 

Webb, H. E. B Maryland Dr. F A. Grantz. 

Wells, B. S West Virginia Dr. W. J. Keoltz. 

Whalen, G. J Massachusetts Dr. E. C. Conroy. 

*W T ind, H. P New York 

Worsham, A. E North Carolina Dr L. T. Smith. 

Wright, W. T Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Yost, E. C Virginia Dr. B. M. Rozel. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Bird, W. R New York 

Buist, Charles A South Carolina 

♦Canedo, Jose Y., Jr 

Castevens, H. E North Carolina 

Danf orth, David C Texas 

Epting, Clyde K South Carolina 

*Fahey, M. J 

Farr. J. W Connecticut 

Feindt, William, Jr New Jersey 

Hebert, A. H. E Massachusetts 

fHerrington, F. N Michigan 

Honick, Henry Maryland 

f Johnston, Guy Maine 

Kendall, A. H Georgia 

*Did not attend. 

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JUNIOR CLASS— Continued. 
Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Lewis, J. W Maryland 

Loewenson, A. S Maryland 

Loornis, H. J New York 

Lynaugh, E. A Massachusetts 

McLean, Henry North Carolina 

McTntyre, H Canada 

McKeown, Miss Lois E North Carolina 

Magee, J. A New York 

Mallen, Jose B Porto Rico 

Malone, T. R Maryland 

Mitchell, W. S Virginia 

♦Medina, J. B 

Morales, Jose Florida 

Newton, H. D Pennsylvania 

O'Connell, C. J Massachusetts 

Paul, H. W Australia 

Pou Gomez, C. R Porto Rico 

Purcell, J. J New York 

Quintero, Frank Mexico 

Richards, H. L Connecticut 

Roof, Miss Elsie Germany 

Scruggs, Wilhur M North Carolina 

Secrest, J. R North Carolina 

Simons, L. V North Carolina 

Smith, F. H New York 

Smith, B. B New Jersey 

Thompson, J. R South Carolina 

Waterman, H. E Texas 

Walberg, Chas. V Connecticut 

Walker, J. R Maryland 

Webster, B H North Carolina 

Wolk. J. J New York 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 
Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Adair, J. M., Jr Virginia F. W. McClure, DvD.S. 

Albert, A. C West Virginia C. W. Albert, M.D. 

Aldridge, A. Z Maryland J. S. Geiser, D D.S. 

Baklor, M. K Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Bean, W. E New York .F. B. Askins, D.D.S. 

Bennett, L. A Virginia Univ. of Md. 

Brandon, G. I Jamaica S. C. Delass, D.D.S. 

Broadwater, T. O Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Brown, R. F New Jersey Univ. of Md. 

Bryant, A. G Connecticut E. R. Bryant, D.D S. 

Bundy, R. F Rhode Island W. C. Bundy, D.D.S. 

Burns, H. W Vermont Univ. of Md. 

Cannon, C. R Delaware C. IT. Carter, M D. 

Connelly, M. T Maryland Leo Franklin, M.D. 

♦Crespo, E 

Darwin, R. F South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Denton, E. B Virginia N. W. Denton, D.D.S. 

Franklin, J. A Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Funderburk, J. R South Carolina J. E. Funderburk, D.D.S 

Gareau, M. B Connecticut Univ. of Md. 

Gonzales, F New York E. G. Marr, M.D. 

Halle, C. T Maryland .II. J. Burton, D.D.S. 

Harper, T. J South Carolina Univ. of Md. 

Hobbs, E. K Maryland Univ. of Md. 

♦Infante, J. L 

*Not in attendance. 20 



Name. Residence. Preceptor, 

Jones, B. R Maryland Univ. of Md. 

Lena, W. E Massachusetts Frank A. Lena, D.D.S. 

McLeod, J. D Alabama A. McLeod, M.I ». 

May, R. P Pennsylvania A. II. Paterson, D.D.S. 

Martin, W. F Maryland II. T. Martin, D.D.S. 

Martin, C. R Connecticut W. E. Green, D.D.S. 

♦Medrano, F 

Moran, M. E New Hampshire B. H. Moran. D.D.S. 

Nathanson, A. J Maryland J. A. Baker, M.D.. D.D.S. 

Niles, H. A New York C. M. Axtell, M.D. 

Parks, M. N Maryland W. D. Bumgarner, D.D.S. 

Schaffer, P. F West Virginia F. R. Butts, D.D.S. 

Smith, T. T New Jersey Univ. of Md. 

Smith, E. L North Carolina L. T. Pegram, D.D.S. 

Sowers, H. B Virginia Wm. Hilton, D.D.S. 

*Toubman, M 

Weidert, R Pennsylvania Univ. of Md. 

Welch, M. G New York E. M. Welch, D.D.S. 

fWood, J. R 

*Did not attend. 

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GRADUATES 

OF THE 

University of Maryland, Dental Department. 



Ackrill, F. H., Connecticut. ... 1914 Barton, W. J. F., New York.. 1905 Bowen, Gilbert M., Canada. .. 190] 

Aiken, D., S. C 1890 Basehoar, C. S., Penna 1900 Bowker, A. J., New Jersey. . . .190'i 

Aiken, A. A., Texas 1897 Basehoar, L. M., Penna 1911 Bowles, Aubrey R., Virginia. .1891 

Aiken, R. W., Texas 1901 Basehore, Horace E., Penna... 1886 Bowlus, Emory M., Maryland.. 1891 

Albrecht, J., Germany 1887 Bass, Chas. DeL., North Car.. 1910 Bowman, John C, Virginia. .. 1904 

Mbright, T. W., New York.. 1884 Baskin, Eldridge, South Car.. 1903 Boyd, Samuel A., California. . .1893 

Allaire, A. J., Massachusetts. . 1910 Bates, Robt. A., Virginia 1888 Boyd, Walter G., Maryland. . .1897 

Alexander, C. T., Georgia 1899 Baugher, Win. L., Virginia. .. 1912 Boyden, M. C, North Car 1899 

Allen, L. T., Canada 1912 Baylis, Chas. F., New York... 1892 Boyette, C. S., North Car 1891 

Allen, W. Ed., Maryland 1901 Beachley, Wm. E., Maryland. .1890 Bovle, T. L., New York 1910 

Allen, J. C, New York 1905 Beadles, E. Payson, Virginia. . 1885 Bovle, Elvie S., Maryland. ... 1891 

Allen, H. Roy, Vermont 1906 Beall, Chas. E., Virginia 1S98 Boyajian, Garabed, Turkey. .. 1887 

Allen, Robt. E., North Car.... 1908 Bean, J. H., Massachusetts. ... 1888 Braendle, S. E., Pennsylvania. 1892 

Allison, G., Virginia 1900 Beale, John C. C, Maryland. . 1892 Bragdon, Chas. J., Maine 1899 

Allwine, Harry W., Nebraska. .1891 Beck, Frank, Pennsylvania. . . .1889 Bragg, K. R., Missouri 1889 

Allworth, Jas. D., New York.. 1908 Becker, Charles F., Penna. ... 1902 Bragg, Laurence A., Virginia. . 1901 

Alton, W. Wolsley, Canada. .. 1892 Bedenbaugh, A. J., South Car.. 1913 Bratton, Daniel, Maryland. .. .1911 

Amend, Emil, Germany 1886 Bedinger. A. F. G.. New York.. 1903 Bradford, H. C, Virginia 1885 

Anderson, J. P., South Car.... 1891 Beland, W. C, Massachusetts. .1914 Brasvner, Chas. J., Georgia. . .1887 

Anderson, W. C, Virginia. .. .1892 Belcher, L. L., West Va 1908 Breault, H. C. Raoul, Conn.. ..1897 

Anderson, Fred S., Canada. . . .1897 Bell, Mabrey B., Maryland. . . .1896 Breeden, B. B.. South Car.. . .1883 

Anderson, W. E., South Car. ..1898 Bell, A. Marvin, Canada 1903 Bressler, W. C, Penna 1884 

Anderson, Geo. J., Maine 1902 Bell, L. D., Bermuda 1914 Bressler, Geo. L., Penna 1896 

Anderson, J. F., North Car.... 1909 Bemis, A. A., Massachusetts. .. 1887 Bresnahan, John H., Maine... 1901 

Anders, F. R., North Car 1910 Benjamin, Jas. G., Montana. . .1891 Briegs. E. Fred.. Maine 1903 

Ansley, C. D., Massachusetts. . 1910 Best, John P., South Car 1896 Bristol, F. R., New York 1914 

Apple, Robt. O., North Car. ...1907 Besore, J. Henry, Maryland. .. 1897 Brobst, Millard C, Ohio 1904 

Apple, Troy A., North Car. ...1907 Bereston, Arthur, Maryland. .. 1909 Brockett, Raymond W., Conn.. 1913 

Applewhite, E. J., Virginia. .. 1907 Berkhimer, H. L., Penn 1904 Broecking, A., Germany 1899 

Archambault, M., Rhode Isl. . . .1905 Bernhardt, D. A., Penna 1912 Brook, Geo. G. F., California. .1896 

Armstrong, H. T., Canada. ... 1896 Berry, Wm. C, Virginia 1888 Brookes, S. O., Virginia 1896 

Armstrong Robt. E., Iowa.... 1900 Berry, John R., Virginia 1890 Brooker, P. DuB., South Car. .1899 

Arnold, F. L., Rhode Island.. 1893 Berrvhill, A. M., North Car... 1907 Brooks, Archie C, New York. . 1904 

Arnold, Jos. P., Texas 1900 Beville, Alex. J.. Texas 1892 Bross, A. A., Connecticut. .. .1914 

Arthur, Walter C, Penna 1895 Bibeau, R. A., Massachusetts. . 1914 Brotherton, Sam. S., Iowa.... 1891 

Asbill, F. G., South Carolina. . 1892 Bigham, Jas. B., South Car. ..1884 Brown, Claude D., Virginia. .. 1885 

Ashbrook. Wm. B., Penna 1895 Binder, Harry W., Maryland. . 1912 Browne, Wilbur F., Maine. ... 1899 

Askins, F. B., New York.... 1914 Birdsall, Chas. C, New 'York. . 1901 Brown, Fred. H., Vermont. .. 1898 

Atchison, H. W., West Va 1908 Bishop, C. H., New York.... 1896 Brown, M. M., Mississippi. ... 1899 

Austin, Aug. L., West Va 1901 Bishop Chas. G., New York... 1902 Brown, W r m. S., Jr., S. Car... 1890 

Austin, N. E., New York 1910 Bixby, Clarence E., Vermont. . 1913 Brown, Wm. S., Maryland. ... 1899 

Aven, Chas. G., Virginia 1889 Black, John A., New Jersey.. 1912 Brown, John F., Maryland. ... 1900 

Avery, S. De L., South Car.. . .1893 Black, Thos., Jr., South Car.. .1913 Brown, John H., Ohio 1884 

Ayer, J. M., North Carolina. . 1890 Blackiston, T. C, West Va...l888 Brown, A. Stanley, Maryland. . 1905 

Avers, Charles E., Penna 1897 Blackwelder, L. D., Penna.. .. 1895 Brown, Leroy D., Florida. .. .1913 

B.-ichman, A. M. C, Maryland. 1901 Blackburn, Frank G., Penna. ..1903 Brown, Lewis R., Arizona. ... 1905 

Bachman, E. H., Maryland. .. 1909 Blair, Jos. P., Virginia 1889 Brown, Samuel B., Maryland. . 1905 

Baden, Frank A., Maryland. .. 1886 Blaisdell, H. W., New Hamp.,1910 Brown, H. N., Rhode Island.. 1910 

Badger, Aug. P., Maryland. ... 1889 Blakeslee, G. W., New York.. 1888 Brown, J. O., Pennsylvania ... 1904 

Baer, Benj. F., Penna 1888 Blakeslee, F. E., New York... 1894 Browning, J. B., Rhode Isl. ..1900 

Bagby, H. C, M. D., Calif 1891 Blalock, Capers W., Florida. .. 1891 Bruce, Wm. W., West Va 1886 

Bailey, M. A., South Car 1885 Blanchard, P. H., Vermont ... 1912 Bruce, George L., Maryland. . 1891 

Bailey, E. J., South Car 1889 Blatt, D. F., Maryland 1912 Bruce, Wallace B., Maryland. . 1910 

Baker, Jos. Maben, Arkansas. .1887 Blatt, Harry G., Maryland. ... 1905 Brugeille, Emile, France 1886 

Baker, H. Clagett, West Va. ..1895 Bliss, Barnet, Russia 1896 Bucher, Jesse 0., Virginia. ... 1900 

Baker, Albert D., Maryland. .. 1897 Blauvelt, D. B., New York.... 1887 Buchannan. W. F., North C...1902 

Baker, Jas. H., North Car 1899 Blubaugh, C. B., M.D., W.Va...l884 Buhrman, Rov A., Maryland. . 1909 

Baker, Wm. J., Penna 1896 Bobbitt, A. M., North Car 1900 Buhtz, Martin, Germany 1898 

Baker, Luther P., North Car.. 1907 Bodine, S. D., Penna 1897 Burugerner, A. L., Penna 1895 

Baldwin, J. H., Kentucky .... 1883 Bohnson, John C, Maine 1904 Bumgarner, W r m. D., Penna. ..1903 

Baldwin, D. H., Virginia. ... 1891 Bond, Wm. H., Georgia 1912 Bunch, George A.. Jr., So. C..1913 

Banks, F. A., Michigan 1883 Bonney, Harold E., Virginia. . 1912 Bundy, W. C, Rhode Island.. 1914 

Banks, Robert IL, Virginia ... 1906 Bonnoitt, L. W., Virginia. ... 1911 Bunn, Percy Albert, Mass 1913 

Barber, M. J., Canada 1903 Bookhart, T. W., South Car. ..1886 Burckhalter, G. W., Georgia. . 1901 

Barbot, V. D., South Car 1889 Boswell, Henry H., Maryland . 1884 Burfeind. W T m. M. H., Calif... 1894 

Barnard, Nathaniel, West Va... 1913 Boswell, W. C, Jr., Maryland .. 1890 Burd, W. S., Pennsylvania. .. 1892 

Barnitz, Dabney G., Virginia .. 1892 Booth, John D., Canada 1891 Burgess, B. C, Connecticut. .. 1906 

Barr, Fredk. A., Montana .... 1891 Boozer, J. W., A.B., S. Car. ..1891 Burgess, J. H., South Car 1888 

Barr, W T m. H., Canada 1893 Boozer, J. Edwin, South Car... 1893 Burk, A. H., New Jersey. ... 1912 

Barr, George W., Canada 1902 Boozer, D. L., Jr. (B.S.), S.C., 1896 Burke, A. S., Pennsylvania. .. 1892 

Barras. J. D. E., New York. .. 1900 Bourdier, J. W., Louisiana. .. 1900 Burkholder, M. O., Virginia. . 1888 

Bartlett, Luis O., Cuba 1895 Bowbeer, N. Grant, Canada. . .1895 Burns, H. McK., Connecticut. .1910 



Burns, Wm. B., Pennsylvania. . 1903 
Burroughs, E. Lee, Maryland. .1698 

Burrows, R., Connecticut 1911 

Bush, W. G., Mew York 1905 

Bush, Wiley L., Georgia 19uo 

Bus.hong, John li., Virginia .. .1897 
Burt, Samuel S., New York.. 1900 
Burton, Hugh J., Maryland. ..1907 

Burton, G. A., Delaware 1906 

Butler, Geo. N., Brazil 1908 

Buttler, G., Jr., New Jersey . .1884 
Butts, F. K., West Virginia. . 1902 
Byers, \V. Bolivar, South Car..lt>92 
Byers, S. M., Pennsylvania. . .1893 
ByTd, Oscar Frank, Virginia. . 1890 
Bryner, L. G., Pennsylvania. . 1909 

Cahill, W. D. Y., Virginia 1909 

Callaway, Chas. L., West Va. . .1908 
Callaway, S. M., West Va....l910 
Cambo, Lucas Angel, Cuba... 1911 
Cameron, M. D., New York. . . 1904 
Camp, J. O., Connecticut. .. .1912 
Campbell, Paul, New York. . . .1883 
Campbell, Oscar J., Virginia. . 1886 
Campbell, H. Wood. Virginia. . 1889 

Campbell, Walter W., Mass 1910 

Caraballo, C. J., Phar.D.,Cuba, 1909 

Carlisle, J. P., South Car 1885 

Carlton, J. W., North Car. ...1899 
Carlton, J. DeL., North Car... 1904 

Carlton, F. D., North Car 1907 

Carpenter, B. J., N\-w York.. 1898 
Carpenter, Elbert C, New Yk..l913 

Carriere, Joseph N., Maws 1902 

Carroll, Norwood G., North C..1893 
Carroll, Willie S., Virginia. . . .1902 
Cassard, Stuart, Maryland. . . .1890 
Carter, Sanford J.. Georgia. . . 1909 
Carter, Eva C, Virginia. ... 1914 
Carter, Joseph W., Missouri ... 1885 

Carter, Wm. J., Georgia 1895 

Casey, Charles H., Rhode I... 1913 
Carvalho, J. C, Massachusetts. .1914 
Cavers, Wm. W., New York.. 1895 
Chafee, Aug. H., South Car. ..1886 

Chase, Henry E., Mass 1887 

Chamblin, John A., Florida. .. 1908 
Champagne, A. C, New York. .1908 
Chapman, Halle F., Kansas. . .1898 
Charron, W. Arthur, Ma6S. ...1909 

Charbonnel, E. A., Wash 1897 

Chargin, Marcus, Russia 1896 

Cherry, H. A., New York 1905 

Chew, Charles E., Maryland. . 1904 
CheBsrown, F. Wayne, Penna. .1891 
Chisholm, John J., Alabama.. . 1887 
Chisholm, Jas. C, Alabama. .. 1894 
Chisholm, Wm. W., Georgia. .. 1901 
Cion, Benj. B., New York.... 1904 
Claggett, Thos. J., Marvland. .1911 
Clark, M. H. Pettway, N. C. ..1891 
Clark, Eugene F., New York.. 1898 

Clark, W. H., New Hamp 1912 

Cline, F. J., Virginia 1899 

Cobean, George C, Penna 1902 

Cocco, S. A., Dominican Rep.. 1914 
Cockrill, Robt. B., Montana. .. 1896 
Cochrane, Oran L., California. 1905 
Coffman, Clifton S., West Va. .1906 

Collins, Wm. H., Virginia 1890 

Collins, C. E., Maryland 1897 

Colvin, Ronald B., Penna. ... 1902 

Colvin, Daniel C, Penna 1906 

Combs, Robert L., Texas 1896 

Combs, Warren S. P., Dela.. . .1906 

Comegys, Thos. M., Tenn 1885 

Compgys, John M., Tenn 1884 

Conger, LeRoy J., Canada. ... 1898 
Conklin, F. G., New York.... 1883 

Connally, W. F., Georgia 1896 

Connor, Wm. H., New Jersey. .1891 

Conrad. T. E., Louisiana 1900 

Conyers, W. T., Bermuda. . . .1903 

Cooke, Frank J., Texas 1885 

Cooke, Ernest J., Panama 1898 

Cooley, J. J., Massachusetts. .1914 
Cooper, W. H., North Car 1896 



Cooper, Francis M., Missouri. .1902 
Copp, George V., Virginia . . . . 1884 

Copp, Benj. F., Virginia 1895 

(Jopelaud, Jas. ii., South Car.. 1899 
Copelan, Moses C, Virginia ... 1906 
Uopenhaver, E. M., Virginia. . . Ie92 

Cornel), Julius M., Conn 19U9 

Correoso, P. N., Jamaica 1902 

Cottmghaui, W. J., boutn Car. .19U2 

Couret, J. S., Louisiana 1896 

Courtney, C. H., North Car. ..1908 

Courtney, Wm. P., Conn 1911 

Covington, T. S. D., Jr., Va...l889 
Cramer, Abraham, Maryland. . 1907 
Craig, St. G. T., Kentucky. . . .1890 

Creet, Wm. D., New York 1907 

Criswell, J. Calvin, Penna. ... 1895 

OrowelL Fred. J., New H 1887 

Cross, T. A., West Virginia. .. 1888 
Crothers, Arthur B, Penna... 1902 
Crowe, Einorv W 7 ., Maryland. . 1904 
Crews, Robert W., North C...1911 
Crumnne, Russell E., Penna.. 1901 
Cuny, A. A. T. W., Germany. .1889 
Curtis, J. W., New Jersey. . . .1883 

Culliney, Miles M., Conn 1907 

Cutchin, Rich. S., N. Car 1905 

Cutting, Almond J., Mass 1864 

Dailey, W. B. (B.Ph.), Ohio.. 1899 
Daniel, Henry C, North Car.. .1894 
Daniel, Samuel S., South Car. .1888 
Daly, Claude S., New York... 1898 
Darden, Percy J., North Car. .1908 

Dare, C. E., New Jersey 1904 

Dashiell, E. B., Maryland 1883 

Daudelin, Jos. A., Mass 1909 

Davies, James Wm., Canada. .1913 
Davis, Isaac H., Maryland. . . .1884 
Davis, L. Wilson, Maryland. .. 1888 
Davis, E. D., West Virginia. . .1889 
Davis, Wray W., Virginia. ... 1890 
Davis, Henry W., Virginia. .. 1893 

Davis, W. L., California 1893 

Davis, C. A., Wisconsin 1894 

Davis, Daniel K., South Car.. .1901 
Davis, Henry E., Virginia. . . .1904 
Davis, Ernest Lee, Maryland. . 1905 
Davis, Horace M., Maryland. .1905 
Davis, J. Vernon, North Car.. .1909 
Davis, Richard W., Georgia. .1910 
Davis, H. (M.D.), Missouri. .1889 
Davidson, W. L., South Car... 1910 
Davenport, A., North Carolina. 1910 
Dawson, E. B., New York.... 1898 
Dawson, Roy B., West. Va. ...1912 
Dean, J. W., West Virginia. .1688 

Dean, S. P., Maryland 1900 

Dean, Geo. F., West Virginia. .1905 

DeConti, A., Rhode Island 1910 

Deekens, W. P., Virginia 1892 

Deekens, A. V., Maryland 1898 

Demms, J. H., Jr., Maryland. .1892 
Deichman, Geo. L., Maryland. .1891 
DeFernelmont, E., Belgium. .. 1903 
Degenring, A., New Jersey. . . .1904 

Degnan, Wm. M., Conn 1907 

de Jonghy Jordan, Juan J.,Cuba.l913 

Delamer, D. R., Penna 1883 

Delaney, L. W., New Jersey. .1912 
Dennis, Wm. W., Georgia. .. .1892 

Dennis, G. E., North Car 1905 

Denton, N. W., Virginia 1883 

De Pass, A. R., South Car... 1902 

De Pass, S. C, Jamaica 1902 

Dial, Richard T., South Car.. .1905 
Diaz, A. L. C, Porto Rico. . . .1910 

Diehl, John S., Penna 1886 

Diehl, Ervin J., Penna 1903 

Diddle, John H., West Va 1892 

Dieffenderfer, Wm. E. (M.D.), 

District of Columbia 1888 

Diffenderfer, S. D., Penna 1894 

Dill, Arthur A., Canada 1906 

Dimock, W. E., Canada 1905 

Dinjian, Manoog D., Turkey.. 1888 

Dion, Jean B. W., Mass 1913 

Dobbin, Arthur H. New York.. 1909 

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Dobson, Fred. W., Canada. ... 1904 
Dobson, Wm. E., New York.. 1692 
Dodson, E. R. (M.D.), Md....l»«y 
Dodson, R. Delamer, Penilft. . . 1603 
Dommett, H. \V\, New York. ..1894 
Donnelly, J. G., New Jersey.. 1911 
Dooley, Walter A., New York.. 1913 
Dorchester, W. E., New York. .1884 

Doremus, J. L., France 1892 

Dorinan, R. O., .>iew York....l9u4 
Dotterer, Thos., South Car. ...1894 
Dorset, Wm. E., Virginia. ... 1»«5 
Doud, Chas. P., New York. . . .191u 
Douglass, H. E., New York...l8e7 

Douglass, R. W., West Va 1900 

Douglass, E. G., New York... 1906 

Douglass, S. E., North Car 1907 

Downey, Geo. C, Mass 1910 

Doyle, Bert E., New York. . . .1904 
Dreher, Geo. C, New Jersey.. 1910 
Dressel, Leonard. Maryland. .. 1900 
Drummond, R. J., South Car.. 1910 

Duff, James L., Canada 1897 

Duff, D. E., South Carolina. .1902 
Dula, A. M., North Carolina. . 1905 
Dunn, M. S., Connecticut. ... 1914 
Dunn, H. McK., Nebraska . .'. 1900 
Dunphy, G. A., Rhode Island. .1914 

Dunne, Jos. H., Mass 1905 

Durling, A. D., Canada 1909 

Earle, Wm., South Carolina. . 1891 
Earle, B. D., South Carolina. . 1894 
Early, E. A., South Carolina .. 1903 

Early, Jas. B., Virginia 1906 

Earman, J. S., Virginia 1900 

Easterday, C. M., Maryland. . 1902 
Eastman, Howard, Maryland. . 1896 
Eckenrode, H. M., Virginia. .. 1901 

Edgell, F. P., Maryland 1905 

Edgers, Eben B., Vermont. . .1892 
Edwards, L. M., North Car. ..1907 
Edmonds, B. B., Virginia. ... 1909 
Eichholts, Robt. W., Penna... 1892 
Eiker, J. T., District of Col... 1887 
Elgin, J. Benj., Maryland. ... 1902 

Ellett, Chas. A., Virginia 1903 

Ellington, R. H., North Car. ..1912 

Elliott, Wm. K., Virginia 1901 

Ellis, Pearl L., Vermont 1889 

Ellis, John J., South Car 1896 

Ellison, E. L., West Virginia. .1904 
Ellison, Francis J., Maryland. .1912 

Emerson, Jos. G., Brazil 1886 

Emerson, L. T., Brazil 1890 

Engelskircher, E. M., New H..1900 

Epes, Travis F., Virginia 1907 

Etchison, Bates, Maryland. . . .1905 
Etheredge, E. J., South Car.. 1896 
Evans, R. D., South Wales... 1884 

Evans, E. T., Illinois 1900 

Everhart, D. G., Maryland. . .1910 

Ewald, Will H., Virginia 1891 

Ewig, Louis, Switzerland. .. .1892 
Ewing, Jas. E., Nebraska. .. .1901 

Eyler, Clayton O, Penna 1898 

Fahrney, W. B., Virginia. ... 1898 

Fajardo, A., Cuba 1914 

Fajardo, H. A. I., Cuba 1910 

Falcao, A. deA., Brazil 1910 

Falls, P. R., North Carolina. . 1899 
Farinholt, Leroy W., Virginia. 1898 
Farley, A. Paul, Connecticut. . 1897 
Farmer, Wm. W., Virginia. .. 1893 
Farnsworth, A. W., Vermont. . 1900 
Farrell, Roscoe M., North C...1913 

Farris, C. Dixie, Georgia 1892 

Faucette, J. W., North Car. ..1897 
Faulkner, Geo. McC, Penna. .1887 

Fearaster, J. H., West Va 1903 

Feild, Wm. M., Virginia 1891 

Feldmeyer, Geo. T., Maryland. 1888 
Feldstein, S. M. (M.D.).N.Y.. 1911 
Felker, Charles, New York.... 1890 

Felix, Achilles F., Mass 1903 

Felix, Arthur M., Mass. 1904 

Ferguson, W. C. Y., Canada.. 1887 
Fillmore, W. A., California. . 1899 



Filter, Claus H., Germany 1884 Gilbert, Geo. C., New Jersey.. 1901 Harrower, J. W., Virginia. .. .1907 

Fenn, Henry J., New York... 1890 Gilder, J. K., Jr., South Car.. .1906 Harrower, A. D. S., Virginia. . 1911 

Fincii, H. M., Connecticut. .. .1911 Gilkinson, Albert VV., Ohio.... 1901 Harris, Jas. E., Maryland. ... 1884 

Finnegan, Eugene, New York. 1897 Gill, Edwin J., North Car 1892 Harris, Edwin L., Mass 1887 

Firey, Edgar A., Maryland. .. 1904 Gilley, Philip F. M., Maine 1913 Harris, Henry F., Virginia. .. 1891 

Fish, Win. L., New Jersey .. .1889 Gilinore, W. G., New York... 1902 Harris, T. A., Missouri 1900 

Fischer, G. J. U., Jr., N. J 1901 Gilroy, Lawrence E., Canada.. 1902 Harris, Asa I., Virginia 1899 

Fitch, Ferry M., New York... 1903 Glasscock, Eli H., Missouri. .. 1892 Hart, Marion Y., Virginia 1891 

Fitzgerald, Edward J., Maine. 1913 Glatfelter, Harvey E., Penna.,1890 Hartman, Dennis R., Penna...l900 

Fitzgerald, J. E., Maryland. .. 1888 Gleason, Geo. R., Florida. .. .1904 Hartman, Curtis LeR., Penna., 1897 

Fitzpatrick, H. E., New H 1912 Gluckman, S. H., New Jersey, 1911 Hartnett, Wm. J., Conn 1894 

Fleishman, Joel, Rhode Isl....l913 Goebreicher, David, Maryland, 1889 Harty, E. Allen, Jamaica. ... 1908 

Fleming, Milton S., Louisiana. 1893 Goldberg, E. H., Maryland. .. 1894 Harvey, Hunter E., Virginia. .1913 

Fleming, J. M., Jr., N. Car... 1895 Goldberg, Edwin L., Penna...l913 Hataling, Geo. W., New York. .1883 

Flood, John A., New Hainp...l904 Golden, Frank A., Conn 1904 Hartwig, Chas. W., Maryland. 1886 

Flood, P. H. A., New Hamp..l906 Goldstrom, L., Maryland 1914 Hawley, H. G., New York 1899 

Flook, Dawson Y., Maryland. . 1912 Gordy, Arthur P., Georgia. ... 1897 Hawley, Geo. M., Vermont. .. .1901 

Flowers, Henry H., Maryland. 1910 Gorgas, H. F., Maryland 1891 Hawes, Ivey Lee, North Car.. 1906 

Flynn, Wm. E., Rhode Island. .1913 Gould, W. Gordon, Conn 1897 Hays, Pleasant S., Ohio 1898 

Flynn, Frank H., Maine 1910 Gould, Horace L., Maine 1903 Hayes, E. P., Penna 1889 

Fiudon, John W., Maryland. .1905 Gough, Albert H., Delaware. . 1903 Hayes, Will W., Penna 1891 

Findon, Joseph H., Maryland.. 1905 Goyco, R. G., Porto Rico 1914 Hayes, Chas. F., Mass 1909 

Foard, Arthur C. Maryland. .. 1912 ttraft, W. J., New Jersey. .. .1910 Hayden, John F., Penna 1902 

Folev, H. J., Massachusetts. .1914 Graham Fredk. R., Canada. . .1905 Healey, P. T., New York 1905 

Foley, Thos. A., Connecticut. .1908 Graham, Chas. C, Texas 1890 Healey, D. E„ New York 1911 

Folsom, Henry A., Vermont. .1911 Grant, Wm. W., Md 1909 Healey, J. F M New York 1912 

Foote, Nathan E., New York.. 1884 Graves, J. Wm., Missouri 1890 Heatwole, T. O., Virginia 1895 

Foote, N. F., New York 1897 Gravel, Arthur H., Mass 1909 Hebbel, Chas. W., Maryland. . 1885 

Foreman, John McC, Penna... 1897 Gray, Wm. F., Virginia 1887 Hecker, Anton J., Germany. .. 1887 

Ford, S. C, North Carolina. . .1907 Gray, Bennett, Maryland 1908 Heermans, W. S. H., Jr., N.Y., 1911 

Fording, Charles E., Ohio 1898 Greenawalt, A. H.(D.D.S.),Pa. 1886 Hege, Harvey R., North Car.. 1913 

Fording, James D., Ohio 1903 Green, Walter E., Maryland. .1904 Hegner, J. S., Switzerland. .. .1895 

Foster, A. S., South Carolina. .1902 Greene, E. S., Jr., Virginia. . .1906 Heisler, Charles F., Penna 1897 

Foster, H. K., North Car 1914 Greene, E., North Carolina. . .1907 Heuisler, J. G., Maryland 1889 

Foster, M. S., Maryland 1904 Greene, Howard C, Conn 1911 Heffelbower, J. E. M., Texas.. 1894 

Foster, Ethan W., South Car.. 1905 Greenberg, J. A., Maryalnd. . .1913 Helm, John W., Maryland. .. .1885 

Fountleroy, T. T., Virginia 1899 Greenough, J. M., Jamaica. .. 1896 Helms, L. W., New York 1905 

Fournier, Jos., Jr., New York.. 1885 Gregoire, O. E., Rhode Island, 1898 Henderson, H. C, No. Car... 1895 

Fox, Lawrence S., North Car.. 1892 Grempler, G. J., Maryland. . ..1883 Henneberger, L. P., Penna... 1911 

Frank, George W., Mass 1906 Grempler, H. T., Maryland. .. 1912 Henry, Robt. Lee, Georgia. .. .1897 

Franklin, Robt. A., Georgia. . .1900 Grieves, C. J., Maryland 1888 Herbin, Wm. H., North Car.. 1913 

Frantz, Christian G., Penna... 1887 Grom, Jos. B., New Jersey. .. 1898 Herman, Benj. F., Conn 1911 

Frantz, Henry. Illinois 1896 Grom, Fredk. S., New Jersey. .1900 Heronemus, J. E., Maryland. . 1907 

Frederick, J. H., Maryland. .. 1914 Groshans, Ferd., Maryland 1885 Herr, Frank T., Maryland 1912 

Free, Harry A., Penna 1889 Gross, B., Connecticut 1914 Herr, John M., Penna 1909 

Freed, Alex., Russia 1902 Grove, J. Wm., Penna 1891 Herbert J. E., West Virginia. .1903 

Freeman, Harold W., Illinois. .1898 Grove, Herbert D., Virginia. . 1902 Hess, Lewis E., Maryland 1892 

Freeman, H. A., Maryland. .. 1907 Groves, M., South Carolina. . 1914 Hewett, Vinton L., Indiana. . .1908 

Freiberger, Leo, Austria 1911 Grmiherg. A., Koumania 1898 Hickey, Theron J., Penna.. . .1913 

Friedland, E. J., Russia 1896 Guard, B. A., Virginia 1914 Hicks, H. W., Mass 1909 

Freischlag, C. P., New York.. 1906 Guerra, M. G., Massachusetts. . 1914 Hicks, Robt. L., South Car... 1912 

Freischlag, Edward, New Y...1913 Haas, Jos. A., N*w York 1889 High, Daniel P., North Car... 1911 

Frew, Athol Lee, New York.. 1905 Hachman, E., Marvland 1914 Highkin, D. S., Maryland 1914 

Frith, A. H., Bermuda 1897 Hague, Geo. H., New Jersey. . 1905 Hildebrand, G. O., Virginia. . 1905 

Frost, Henry S., Maine 1902 Haff, Frank N., New York.. .1890 Hill, Chas. R., Australia 1885 

Funderburk, J. E., South Car.. 1908 Haines, W. Oakley, Maryland. 1891 Hill, George E., Maine 1905 

Furman, Chas. L., New York. 1886 Hair, Harrison B., South Car.. 1901 Hill, Ernest B., West Va 1902 

Furman, Joel Nelson, N. Yk..l887 Hall, N. G., Rhode Island 1905 Hills, Reuben B.. Mass 1889 

Furman, Isaac W., New York. 1890 Haller, Jake V., Virginia 18*1 Himmler, Chas. W., Maryland. 1900 

Gaddy, Risden B., North Car.. 1911 Haller, Wm. H., Virginia 1896 Hines, P. Edmond, No. C»r 1888 

Gallagher, R. T., North Car... 1898 Hamlet, J. M., Virginia 1888 Hines, Wm. E., North Car 1908 

Gallup, Frank C, Conn 1884 Hamilton, E. C, Virginia 1898 Hinev, Geo. H., Conn 1906 

Gamard, E. A., Louisiana 1899 Hamilton, W. T. F., So. Car... 1901 Hirsch Sandal, New York 1908 

Gambill, J. R., Virginia 1909 Hamilton, S. J., New York.. .1911 Hiscox, Vernon, Connecticut. . 1896 

Ganzburg, Abraham, Mass.... 1909 Hamlin, Jos. J., North Car... 1912 Hoag, David E., New York 1895 

Gansburg, Isaac I., Conn 1912 Halpern, S., New York 1900 Hodge, S. Dwight, Vermont. .. 1884 

Garbrecht. H., Germany 1887 Hammet, B. J., South Car. ...1914 Hoffman, John H., Virginia. .. 1886 

Gardner, John, Maryland 1897 Hammond, W. F., New York.. 1899 Hoffman, J. H., Maryland. ... 1891 

Gardner, Henry S., West Va..l909 Hammond, F. E., New York.. 1899 Hoffman, John G., Virginia. .. 1897 

Garland, W. S., New Hamp..l907 Hammond, C. Wm., Penna 1900 Hoffman, W. C. B., No. Car... 1899 

Garneau, Peter A., Mass 1906 Hamer, J. H., Jr., South Car.. 1903 Hoffman, S. B., Maryland 1908 

Garrett, John F., North Car.. 1883 Hamrick, C. T., North Car... 1910 Hoffman, A. J., New Jersey.. 1911 

Garrison, Ernest C, Virginia. . 1903 Hand, Wm. L., North Car.... 1905 Hoffman, Thos. H.. Penna 1912 

Gartrell, Julian, Maryland .... 1888 Hankin, W. E., New York 1899 Holbrook, E. G., Maryland. ... 1900 

Casque, Elly A., South Car... 1886 Harbnn, L. Lee, Maryland. .. 1887 Holland, Wm. H., So. Car 1889 

Garzouzi, Edward, Egypt 1907 Harbaugh, D. L., Penna 1914 Holland, A. B., North Car 1901 

Gayle, John H., Louisiana. ... 1904 Hardesty, Geo. N., Virginia ... 1898 Holland, L. C, Virginia 1904 

Gee, H. Eugene, South Car... 1894 Hargrove, Geo. H., So. Car... 1892 Holliday, R. F., No. Car 1905 

Geiser, John S., Penna 1895 Hargrove, M. L., North Car... 1908 Hollinger, David G-, Penna. ..1899 

George, C. Chanler, Illinois. .. 1894 Hargrove, S. J., Jr., Georgia. .1911 Holmes, Chas. D.. Jr.. Texas.. 1898 

George, Marwood S., Canada. . 1904 Harley, R. L., South Car. ...1890 Holmes, M. C, Maryland. ... 1914 

Georgion, Ars.nins, Turkey. . .1907 Harkinson, F. R., California. . 1898 Holt, Charles R., New York.. 1888 

G.tch.l. J. L., Maryland 1901 Harmon, O. J., New Hamp...l892 Holt, James W., Massa 1913 

Ootz, Albert C. Maryland .... 1913 Harper, ('has M., Virginia ... 1888 Hoodner, Francis A., Penna... 1903 

Gil.bs, W. D., North Car 1914 Harper, Adelard J., Mass 1898 Hoopes, Samuel W., Maryland . 1 887 

GuK.hr, Wilbert IX, West Va.. 1910 Harper, Carl G, North Car... 1910 Hopkins, Wm. D.. Maryland. . 1896 

Gifford, C. B., New York 1906 Harrington, A. A., New York. 1910 Hopkins, J. S., Maryland 1905 

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Hopkins, E. H., North Car 1909 Kelly, Ralph H., West Va 1908 Lowell, Wm. H., Penna 1886 

Horton, H. V., North Car 1B»7 Kenna, Fredk. L., New Jersey. 1912 Lower, S. Elliott, Penna 1902 

Morton, Phineas E., No. Car... 1884 Kennedy, Walter S., New Yk..l912 Loving, Chas. T., Texas 1887 

Horton, S. Root., North Car..iyu5 Kenney, Jas. J., New York... 1905 Luke, John L., Virginia 1890 

Hosack, A. H., West Va 1903 Kernodle, John P., No. Car... 1907 Lumsden, Frank H., Maryland. 1886 

Hotcnkiss, J. Wm., Conn 19U5 Kibler, R. Dallas, Virginia. .. 1884 Lussier, Noel J., Rhode Isl...l901 

Houghland, U. S., Indiana. ... 1B85 Kibler, Wm. L., South Car. ...1913 Lynch, Louis M., Georgia. ... 1899 

Hounhane, Michael, Virginia .. 1»b7 Kilhngsworth, W. S., So. Car.. 1884 Lynch, Chas. G., New York... 1902 

Houston, D. T. B., New Jer. .. 1912 King, Wm. A., Canada 1890 Lynch, Paul, Mass 1907 

Howard, Chas. W., New H...1891 King, James M., Canada 1892 Lynch, A. P., Rhode Island. .. 1911 

Howie, Eugene B., No. 0ar...iyu8 King, Marion N., Virginia. ... 1897 Lyndon, George H., Ohio.... 1895 

Howland, C. H., Dist. of Col.. 1885 King, Jas. G., Virginia 1899 Lyons, Wm. A., West Va 1907 

Howlett, A. Hersey, Penna. ... 1«»5 King, Henry A., New York... 1900 McAdams, John C, West Va...l902 

Hoy, J., Massachusetts 1914 King, Harry C, Maryland. .. 1913" McAndrew, M., Canada 1898 

Hubley, Chaa. P., New York..lea8 King, J. Milton, Conn 1906 McCall, S. H., North Carolina. 1907 

Hucks, H. M., South Car 1902 Kinum, Alfred G., New York.. 1913 McCann, D. Bernard, Canada. 1900 

Huffman, A. H., West Va 1894 Kirschner, Geo. E., Penna. ... 1912 McCann, John J., New York.. 1905 

Huffman, Andrew, West Va...l896 Kloeber, John S., Virginia. .. 1885 McCardell, W. S., Maryland. . 1904 

Hughes, Harry C, Maryland. .1901 Knef, Jos. P. P., New Jersey. .1903 McClees, J. S., Maryland 1901 

Hughes, R. L., Maryland 1906 Koelz, Wm. J., West Virginia .. 1904 McClelland, C. S., Penna 1902 

Hubbard, N. Robert, Penna... 1890 Koerner, J. Fred., Maryland. . 1904 McCluer, Frank W., Virginia. . 1905 

Huggins, G. Allen, So. Car.. . .1886 Kohly, Alfred J., Cuba 1899 McClung, John A., Virginia. . .1912 

Hull, Chas. R., New York.... 1909 Koontz, Clinton M., Maryland. 1898 McClung, Jos. L., West Va 1905 

Huinberg, Fredk C, Maryland. 1892 KosminBky, A. J., Texas 1909 McColl, Samuel, Canada 1887 

Hundley, Peyton, Virginia. ... 1885 Krieger, Emanuel, Maryland.. .1913 McComb, Virgil J., Missouri. . 1891 

Hungerford, R. A., Maryland. .1883 Kritchevsky, B., Russia 1895 McConachie, A. D., Canada. ..1888 

Hunter, Wm. P., Virginia. ... 1913 Kuhnen, Herbert, Germany ... 1904 McConnell, D. E., South Car.. 1897 

Huntsberry, A. V., Maryland. .1890 Kuich, Wm. H., Penna 1895 McConnell, E. V., Georgia. ... 1899 

Hurlock, W. Spry, Maryland. . 1890 Kumle, L., Jr., California. .. .1903 McCormick, Jas. J., New York, 1901 

Hussong, Roger L., New York, 1904 Kurtz, Cyrus, Penna 1899 McCutchen, W. L., South Car.. 1903 

Hutchins, E. B., Virginia .... 1906 Lacy, H. B., Virginia 1914 McDivit, Harry N., Maryland. 1901 

Hutchison, H. B., Virginia. .. 1892 Lacy, Wm. P., Virginia 1894 McDonald, Otis H., Georgia. .. 1890 

Hutchinson, C. L., Virginia. ..19U9 Ladson, Chas. J., Dist. of Col.. 1884 McDonald, J. M., N. Zealand. .1897 

Hyde, A. N., New Jersey 1899 Lamb, John P., North Car 1905 McDonald, T. N., New York. .1909 

Hyde, C. E., West Virginia. . .1914 Lamb, J. R., New York. ..1914 McDowell, C. H., North Car. ..1884 

Hylton, Wm. G., Virginia 1913 LandiB, Phares L., Penna 1910 McFadden, Thos. W., Penna.. 1898 

Ide, Burt B., New York 1902 Larimer, Alex. P., Penna 1909 McFadden, M. J., South Car.. .1905 

Ide, Ira C, New York 1903 LaRue, Antonio S., Conn.... 1896 McFarlane, Frank G., Canada. 1904 

Ihrie, John H., No. Carolina. .1895 Lasch, H., Connecticut 1914 McGee, W. Glenn, South Car.. 1892 

Igel, Herman, Germany 1899 Lasley, Frank A., North Car.. .1908 McGinn, Jas. H., South Car.. .1910 

Irvine, Samuel J., Texas 1895 Law, Edwin A., Florida 1901 McGirt, Wattie B., So. Car. ..1883 

Jackman, Robt. W., New York. 1908 Law, E. Mclvor, Florida 1903 McGuire, Geo. A., Canada. .. .1892 

Jackson, S. G., Canada 1903 Lawrence, E. N., North Car. ..1909 McHarg, Robt. J., Canada. ... 1892 

Jackson, Robt. W., Georgia. .. 1900 Leahy, John D., New Hamp. .. 1910 Mcllvain, J. M., Maryland. .. 1892 

Jaenicke, Max, Germany 1887 Lee, Robert E., South Car 1888 Mclntire, Walter R., Conn. ...1905 

Jaenicke, Paul, Germany 1887 Lee, E. Gordon, North Car. ...1907 Mcintosh, Wm. E., South Car.. .1913 

Jamieson, I. W., No. Car 1902 LeCron, D. O. M., Iowa 1890 Mclver, DeWitt C, No. Car.. .1899 

Jarrett, Atwell T., Virginia. .. 1883 LeCron, Norman F., Md 1913 McKey, Winston C, Georgia. . 1910 

Jefferson, Benj. L., Georgia. .. 1892 LeDuke, Geo. W., Mass 1883 McKeever, A. N., West Va....l895 

Jefferson, Albert, Georgia 1909 LeFevre, C. Rogers, Maryland. 1892 McKee, Fredk. C, Canada. .. 1898 

Jefferson, Hamilton, Georgia. . 1912 Leib, Harry C, Maryland 1904 McKelvey, Clyde M., Penna. ..1891 

Jenkins, LeRoy D., Georgia. .. 1903 LeLninger, J. J., New York.. 1914 McKinnon, John W., Penna... 1889 

JenkinB, E. J., Maryland 1905 Lemley, C. E., Virginia. .... .1884 McLaughlin, Thos. J., So. Car.. 1888 

Jenkins, J. V., Virginia 1905 Leonard, C. W., New Jersey.. 1898 McLaughlin, Chas. E., Canada. 1903 

Jenkins, W. T., West Va 1914 Leonard, B. F. (M.D.), N. J... 1900 McLaughlin, H. H., Penna.. . .1905 

Jernigan, Geo. F., Texas 1895 Lepine, A. H., Massachusetts. ! 1914 McLeod, Wm. R., South Car... 1899 

Jenkins, Oliver L., Maryland. .1913 Leslie, Geo. S., New York.... 1906 MacLeod, T. David, Canada. .. 1896 

Jeter, Ireneus, South Car 1888 Lester, Bliss A.. Canada. .... 1905 McMinn. Wm. J., North Car. ..1896 

Johnson, Silas J., Virginia. .. 1892 Levenson, J.. Maryland 1914 McMurray, Leroy, South Car. .1913 

Johnson, John N. North Car. ..1899 Levy, David A., Maryland! ... 1905 McNeal, Jas. E., Maryland. .. 1890 

Johnson, Francis M., No. Car.. 1901 Lewer6, D. Brown, England ... 1903 McNulty, Wm. F., Maryland. . 1904 

Johnson, H. Kneece, No. Car.. 1909 Lewis, H. F., New Hamp.!.. 1914 McNutt, C. Howard, Canada.. 1897 

Johnston, Geo. S., Canada. ... 1899 Lewis] Wm. E., Florida. .... .1884 McQuown, Robt. T., Virginia. .1885 

Johnston, 8. B., Virginia 1911 Lewis, Thos. S., Penna. ...... 1898 McQuown, Wm. P., Virginia. .1885 

Jones, Edward T., Virginia. . .1891 Lewis, Wm. J.,New York!!!!l907 McVane, Arthur R., Maine... 1905 

Jones, Clarence L., Ohio 1896 Lightner, Harry A., Penna.! ! !l900 Macgill, L. T., Jr., Maryland. .1886 

Jones, Arthur B., Bermuda. .. 1899 Lightner, Walter S., Penna. ..1907 Maguire, Wm. E., Mass 1902 

Jones, C. C, Louisana 1903 Lindsay,' Wm. S., South Car.! 1894 Macomber, J. C, Penna 1892 

Jones, Beverly, West Virginia. 1904 Lindsay, H. B., (A.B.).S. C..1896 Maddox, H. Webb, Virginia. .. 1901 

Jones, Ernest J., Conn 1904 Lindsey, Charles T., Virginia. ! 1883 Maddux, Nathan P., Virginia. . 1909 

Jordan, B. Arthur, California.. 1892 Lineweaver, W T Virginia 1899 Mainz, L. C, New York 1913 

Jordan, J. R. (Ph.G.), Georgia. 1909 Lind, Oscar M.', Maryland. . ! .1905 Mallott, Job B., Penna 1884 

Josselyn, Eli E. (M.D.), Can. .1885 Link, Chas. W., West Va 1895 Maloney, Daniel T., Conn 1897 

Judd, John H., North Car.. . .1898 Linscott, Albert F., Ohio 1900 Mandigo, J. S., New York. . . .1909 

Judd, Jesse E., North Car. ...1898 Linscott, Geo. E., Ohio 1902 Mangold, M. W., New Jersey.. 1909 

Jureidini, G. K., Egypt 1911 Linthicum. T. S., Maryland. . 1900 Mann, Geo. C, Virginia 1905 

Justice, M. L. (M.D.), No. C..1911 Lisbona, M. R., New York.... 1903 Mann, B. F., Maine 1900 

Justiz, Alfredo E., Cuba 1911 Littlejohn, T. F., South Car... 1904 Mann, L. H., North Car 1903 

Kahn, Edmund, Maryland. .. .1904 Lloyd, Wm. L., Maryland 1912 Mann, I. Mitchell, North Car. .1904 

Kean, Jas. L., Virginia 1887 Loeschcke, J. C, Germany. .. 1891 Mann, Herbert L., No. Car.... 1907 

Keepers, John A., Penna 1888 Logan, Wm. L., Georgia 1899 Manning, H. A., Mass 1903 

Kefauver, Noel E., Maryland. .1903 Long, Bert R., North Car 1905 Munsir, Jos. M., Maine 1912 

Keighley, J. F. M., Rhode Ib1..1912 Long, W. A., Florida 1906 Maphis. B. Frank, Virginia. .. 1883 

Keister, J. Brown, Virginia. .. 1901 Long, Samuel M., Georgia. ... 1909 Mara, C. W., Connecticut. ... 1914 

Kehoe, Frank P., Georgia. .. .1906 Long, Carter I., West Va 1911 March, Harter W., Ohio 1894 

Keller, H. E„ New Jersey. . .1914 Loucks, R. E., Canada 1893 Marchant, J. H., Virginia. ... 1890 

Keller Wm. L., Maryland 1910 Lowman, Geo. M., West Va.. .1909 Markert, F. J., Florida 1907 

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Markley, Edgar H., Penna. ... 1895 Myers, Walter D., Virginia. .. 1906 Phillips, Harry H., Penna 1887 

Marks, Milton, New York 1904 Naille, Irvin T., Penna 1903 Phillips, Geo. A., Maine 1908 

Marler, J. G., North Car 1901 Nase, Otto, Canada 1905 Phillips, E. F., Jamaica 1909 

Marshall, Fredk. J., Conn 1913 Neekerman, Edwin C, Penna. .1906 Pierce, James W., Georgia. ... 1896 

Marshall, S. K., Maryland 1888 Neill, John H., New York 1887 Pierce, Geo. Wm., Georgia 1901 

Marshall, Thos. R., Virginia. .. 1892 Neiman, Eli H., Penna 1883 Piche, Alfred J., Vermont .... 1904 

Marshall, S. 0., Kentucky. .. .1899 Neiman, R. S., Penna 1908 Pickett, James E., Ohio 1901 

Martin, A. E., New Jersey. .. .1912 Neistadt, S. M., Md 1910 Pieper, H. J., New York.... 1914 

Martin, E. A. (L.D.S.), Can. .1891 Nelson, G. F. (M.D.), Md 1888 Piper, Jesse Ralph, Penna 1908 

Martin, Chesley, Virginia 1897 Newbury, J. H., North Car. ...1902 Pirkey, Frank Zea, California. 1889 

Martin, T. F., New Jersey ... .1900 Newell, Fred. R., Vermont .... 1903 Pitts, James W., South Car. ..1899 

Martin, Henry, Coon 1911 Newman, Roy R., New York.. 1913 Pitts, Henry Clay, North Car.. 1885 

Massey, J. W., Virginia 1901 Nichols, H. Janney, Virginia. .1892 Planells, Oscar A., Cuba 1913 

Mathieu, A. H., Maryland. ... 1892 Nichols, W. H., New Hamp. ..1898 Pleasants, W. A., Virginia. .. .1886 

Matt, Oscar, New York 1891 Nicholson, C. H., Canada. ... 1893 Pletcher, D. Irvel, Uhio 1898 

Matthews, A., North Carolina.. 1885 Nicodemus, R. C, Maryland. . 1897 Plumley, Chas. VV., West Va..l902 

Matthews, Chas. A., Indiana. .1894 Niedentohl, N. L., Maryland. . 1913 Poist, Wm. B., Dist. of Col... 1891 

Matthews, Chas. F., California. 1895 Nigolosian, S. L., Asia Minor. 1889 Pond, Wm. R., Vermont 1899 

Matthews, Clyde V., Maryland. 1902 Nisbet, T. P., South Carolina. 1911 Posey, Thos. L., Kentucky ... .1897 

Meador, W. M. (M.D.).So. C..1887 Nordin, Ellis, Maryland 1909 Posey, Aubrey A., Maryland. . 1903 

Meador, Jas. R., North Car... 1906 Norfleet, Robt. G., Virginia. .. 1897 Prather, Wm. E., North Car.. 1891 

Mendelsohn, A., Maryland. ... 1914 Noonan, Harry J., Maine 1908 Pratt, C. B., Jr., North Car... 1913 

Mendez, S. A., Jamaica 1909 Norris, S. P., North Carolina. . 1897 Preston, Stephen, Virginia. .. .1900 

Merrill, C. W., Rhode Island.. 1912 Norton, Oakley W., New York. 1900 Pressley, Wm. A., North Car.. 1890 

Metz, Jos. F., Maryland 1909 Norwood, W. Mel., South Car. .1885 Price, Warren, Maryland 1899 

Meyer, Thos. P., Penna 1890 Oberdick, H. G. A., Penna.. .. 1900 Price, Wilbert, Maryland 1905 

Meyerson, M. I. (Ph. G.),N.Y., 1909 O'Brien, Edw. Jos., Mass 1913 Price, Charles J., Maryland. .. 1909 

Mezger, Chas. (Ph.G.). Md...l890 O'Brien, Robt. P., Texas 1904 Probst, Geo. C, South Car 1892 

Milbourne, L. B., Maryland. .. 1894 O'Connor, H. I., Georgia. ... 1897 Proctor, W. E., Jr., Virginia. 1886 

Michel, P. A., Louisiana 1898 Odio, U., Cuba 1914 Proctor, Jas. A., Virginia. .. .1894 

Miles, E. B., New York 1904 O'Donoghue, D. C, Maryland 1900 Prudhomme, J. H., Louisiana. .1903 

Milford, S. B., Virginia 1899 O'Hearn, Leo Jas., Mass...! 1913 Purnell, Geo. E., Maryland. .. .1884 

Miller, C, Maryland 1914 Ckugawa, S., Japan ...1914 Purnell, Ralph C, Maryland. .1886 

Miller, J. Edwin, Minnesota. .. 1883 Oldham, F. M., South Car 1889 Pyles, Joseph T., Maryland. .. 1898 

Miller, Jas. H. A., West Va....l887 Olive, R. M., North Car 'l914 Pyles, Chas. T., Maryland. ... 1905 

Miller, W. C, Penna 1887 Oliver, A. H., Canada. 1904 Pyles, Richard G., Maryland. . 1908 

Miller, Wm. Lee, West Va 1889 Oliveira, Alberto L., Brazil ' ' ' 1887 Quinlan, Geo. B., New York. . .1892 

Miller, E. S., Vermont 1900 O'Neil, T. F., Connecticut '"l914 Quinlan, F. W. H., New York. 1898 

Miller, B. L., New York 1902 O'Neill, John J., Penna.. ' ' *1909 Quitt, S., Maryland 1914 

Miller, E. Whit, Virginia 1905 Opielinski, C, Germany 1889 Quitt, William, Maryland 1908 

Miller, John E. C, Penna 1905 Orear, B. Forrest, Missouri' " 1903 Radcliff, A. A., Maryland 1901 

Mills, Robert H., Florida 1907 Orr, Benj. F., Virginia. ''l899 Radice, J. R., New York.... 1914 

Ralston, Wm. C, Canada 1901 

Ralston, Thos. A., Canada. ... 1902 
Rambo, Preston A., Georgia. . 1887 

Mitchell, C. A., New York 1892 Outcalt, C. E., West Va. . 1899 Rambo, Francis E., Georgia. . 1888 

Mitchell, J. S., Massachusetts. 1914 Outten, L. R., Delaware 1912 Rambo, Stafford, Georgia 1888 

Mitchell, L. S., New Jersey. .. 1890 Owen, Floyd M, New York 1901 Ramey, Turner A., West Va. ..1892 

Mitchell, H. B., New York 1892 Pagan, Jas. McC , South Car" 1909 Ranson, J. M., Jr., West Va..l885 

Mock, John H., Florida 1902 p age , Frank H., Canada !l888 Rathie, Joseph L., Virginia. . .1892 

Moffett, S. F., Texas 1905 Paget, Joe Huger, So. Car 1900 Rawlins, Geo. E., California. . 1903 

Mogul, Abraham, Maryland. .. 1908 Palmer, R. W., Virginia 1895 Rawlinson, R. P., Brazil.S.A.. 1888 

Molony, J. E., South Ca 1889 Palmer, Webber T., Iowa 1898 Rawlinson, John A., Brazil. .. 1895 

Monks, Fredk. E., Penna 1908 Palmer, Harry A., Virginia. .. 1904 Ray, Harry J., South Car.... 1888 

Monks, Miss G. P., Penna 1909 Parker, Wm. W., Minnesota. . 1885 Ray, Ralph, North Carolina. .. 1912 

Montero, Anibal F. L., Cuba... 1911 Parker, Fred L., South Car... 1895 Rea, Wm. A., Penna 1901 

Montgomery, J. T., South Car.. 1894 Parker, John P., Canada 1901 Read, E. L., West Va 1902 

Montgomery, A., Alabama 1901 Parks, Clyde M., Penna 1901 Reade, Arthur P., North Car.. 1907 

Montgomery, F. W., Mass 1904 Parrott, Daniel W., Nor. Car.. 1906 Redfearn, B. C, North Car... 1898 

Montesmos, M., Porto Rico. . . .1912 Partridge, Geo. T., New York. .1903 Reamer, S. S., Virginia 1887 

Moore, Fredk. O., Vermont 1912 Pascoe, H. E. R., Australia. . 1910 Reaves, Robt. L., South Car.. . 190U 

Moore, T. Benton, Penna 1891 Patterson, Geo. K., No. Car... 1912 Reaves, Wm. L., South Car 1901 

Moore, Robt. F., Penna 1898 Patterson, Geo. B., Nor. Car.. 1889 Rees, John S., California 1S93 

Moore, S. Whiteford, Penna... 1904 Pattinson, Frank A., New Yk..l891 Reichley, J. C, Penna 1904 

Moore, Oscar L., North Car 1909 Paterson, Alex. Horn, Penna.. 1911 Reichenbaugh, Wm. C, Conn.. 1908 

Moran, John J., New Hamp.,1913 Patrick, John C. B., No. Car.. 1896 Reiff, R. Russell, Penna 1897 

Moran, P. H., New Hamp 1902 Patton, D. H. R., Nebraska. .. 1895 Reiman, Conrad F., Conn 1910 

Morgan, W. W., New Jersey.. 1890 Payne, Clyde S.. California.. . 1892 Reineke, Rafael A. P., Cuba.. 1913 

Morgan, Roderick. North Car.. 1894 Payne, P. P., Maryland 1914 Remsberg, E. W., Maryland. . 1903 

Morris, John A., New York. . .1904 Peacock, D. Lee, Georgia 1898 Remsen, John L., New Jersey .. 1 912 

Morrmon R J., North Car 1904 Pearson, Paul L., North Car.. 1910 Renehan, John Leo, Conn 1913 

Morton. Robert W., Penna 1897 Pierson, Jas. H., Virginia. ... 1902 Renoe, Charles B., Missouri. .. 1H90 

Mosrovitz, S. B., New York.. 1899 Peavv, Daniel B., Texas 1900 Renoe, Wm. H., Missouri 1894 

MoH»-lf>v, Wirt H., Virginia 1897 Peloquin, Hector L., Mass 1910 Reynolds, E. E., New York. . .1892 

Mott Carlton B North Car... 1903 p Pn dexter, Thos. M., Mass.... 1909 Reynolds, C. P., New York... 1894 

Mowel, Austin H., New \ork. 1896 p ogrami Louis J., North Car.. 1908 Reynolds, Stanley C, Canada. 1895 

Mowei. Abram V., Nf-w York. .1897 Pemberton, B. M., Virginia. . .1912 Riedel, Bernard F., Maryland .. 1 891 

Moyse, Ellis P., Canada 1905 p enU el, A. Lee, Maryland 1883 Rice, Edward, Alabama 1903 

Mixr, K. Murray, Canada. ... 1807 Perdue, Charles H., Georgia. . 1806 Hichards, Walter F.. Illinois. . 1887 

H u "• ™ ^" G T erma T n r y 1888 Perkins, Capers D., Georgia. . 1885 Richards, W. R., Maryland. .. 1014 

Mu en, T. P., New Hamp 1006 p e rrin, Geo. H., Canada 1800 Rilke, Johannes, Germany 1801 

Mullin, KB. (M.D.), Neb.... 1905 Perrin, Wm. H., South Car... 1907 Riley, James M., North Car... 18*6 

Murphy, W. N., Texas 1887 Pettv, Raiman, New York 1899 Riley, Richie W., South Car. . .1891 

Myers, C. G., New York 1890 Phelan, H. T., Rhode Island.. 1014 Riley, Wm. H., Vermont 1905 

Myers, J. S., Maryland 1901 Pheneger, Henrv N., Penna.. .1897 Riser, Jacob, Iowa 1892 

Myers, J Edgar, Mary and 1901 Phj ier , A. Olenn, North Car.. 1908 Riviere, Herman A., Georgia. . 1902 

Myers, Thos. R., Maryland 1903 Phillips, S. L., Maryland 1884 Roach, John A., North Car... 1800 

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mins, .K,ooeri a., Diorma. .. .lauv Orr, Benj. F., Virginia 1899 

Milner, M. B., Georgia 1898 Ortel, Henry F., Maryland' ' ' 1912 

Minghini, S. J., West Va 1884 O'Shanecy, C. J., New York! . !l907 

Minghini, Wm. E., West Va..,1893 Osteen, Noah G., Jr., So. Car.. 1900 



Bobbin, Colbert L., North Car.. 1909 Shields, Edward H., Ohio.... 1887 Stein, Alexander, Russia 1901 

Roberts, Benson S., Bermuda. 1889 Shreeve, 0. A. (A.B.), Md....l909 Stein, Samuel, New York 1908 

Rockwell, J. S., Canada 1901 Shupp. Frank D., Maryland . . . 1903 Steinberg, Jos. B., Maryland. . 1912 

Robertson, W. A., Canada .... 1887 Sims, Benj. F., South Car. ...1886 Styne, Mina F., Virginia 1899 

Robertson, H. C, Maryland. .. 1908 Sigler, LeRoy, Maryland 1906 Steinbeck, C. H., West Vs... 1905 

Robertson, L. J., Maryland .... 1907 Simmons, R. F., Virginia 1907 Steiner, Paul, Maryland 1909 

Robinson, F. (L.D.S.), Eng...x891 Sims, Elton Ashby, Maryland .. 1912 StevenB, J. Frank, Penna 1891 

Robinson, F. S., Florida 1897 Simons, Benj., South Car 1889 Stevens, J. Bertram, Penna. ..1901 

Robinson, D. S., New York.. .1910 Simpkins, Wm. M., Georgia ... 1902 Stevenson, Geo. W., New Yk..l891 

Robinson, J. Ben., West Va...l914 ttimpson, Jas. W., Virginia. .. .1892 Stafford, Earl Z., Texas 1898 

Rogers, James L. (Tenn.) . . . . 1897 Simpson, Wm. R., S. Car.... 1892 Ston, Albert H., New York...l89« 

Rogers, J. R. (A. B.), So. Car. . 1900 Simpson, R. L., Virginia 1896 Stone, E., South Africa 1901 

Rogers, Chas. H., Rhode Isl. ..1904 Sinay, Albert J., Conn 1912' Stover, E. Emmert, Penna.. .. 1892 

Rogers, F. L., Massachusetts. . 1914 Sinskey, Meyer E., Maryland. . 1912 Stover, Harry C, Penna 1899 

Rosen, Samuel A., Maryland .. 1910 Skaggs, Calvin H., West Va...l905 Stratford, A. L., North Car. ..1884 

Rosengardt, S., Russia 1907 Skaggs, Erastus P., West Va..l906 Streich, Henry, Maryland 1912 

Ross, Wm. Robt., Canada 1904 Skaggs, Wm. B., West Va 1908 Strickler, R. E. Lee, Virginia. . 1903 

Ross, Joseph, New Jersey .... 1905 Skelton, Robt. T., New York.. 1911 Strenge, Arthur L., Mass 1913 

Ross, John Wise, Virginia .... 1913 Sleppy, E. E. P., Penna 1887 Strickler, Suel V., Virginia .. 1910 

Ross, Chas. A., Penna 1910 Sloan, Carl S.. North Car 1901 Strasser, Henry, Maryland. .. 1906 

Roth, Samuel, Maryland 1911 Slocum, Frank E., New York. .1886 Stuart, Walter, Kentucky. . . .1883 

Rothenberg, L. M., New York. 1906 Smallwood, T. E., Maryland. .. 1902 Stuart, G. H. (M.D.), Md 1903 

Rothman, A., Maryland 1906 Smathers, H. C, North Car.. .1907 Stults, J. Albert, New Jersey. .1895 

Rounds, Geo. B., Canada 1891 Smathers, J. M. S., Penna. ... 1913 Sullivan, Jas. J., New Harnp. .1912 

Rouse, B. F. H., Maryland. .. 1895 Smith, Julian C, South Car... 1883 Summerfield, J. H., Maryland. 1914 

Rowe, Walter W., Penna 1883 Smith, Walter O., Virginia. .. 1883 Sumner, Chas. P., Canada. ... 1900 

Rowe, Thos. R., Rhode Island. 1893 Smith, Kldgar G., New York.. 1888 Swart, Jas. E., Virginia 1902 

Roy, Albert C, New York.... 1907 Smith, Edgar L., West Va....l888 Swindell, R. B., North Car.... 1884 

Rudd, Montell B., Virginia ... 1898 Smith, Howard M., Virginia. . 1888 Switzer, Chas. C, Maryland. . 1897 

Ruppersberger, C, Maryland. . 1914 Smith, James P., Virginia. ... 1888 Switzer, Marvin D., Virginia. . 1902 

Russell, Allie Young, Nor. C...1913 Smith, Hampton K., So. Car.. 1889 Sykes, S. Claude, Maryland. .. 1890 

Russell, L. H., South Car 1897 Smith, Fred B., Penna 1894 Taggart, John E., Vermont. . . .1894 

Russell, Percy, Maryland 1897 Smith, Thos. McC, North Car.. 1896 Taggart, Robt. W., Vermont. . 1898 

Rutledge, Brooks, South Car... 1885 Smith, Luther T., North Car.. 1898 Taft, A. W., Rhode Island. .. 1901 

Ryder, Wm. R., Jamaica 1906 Smith, Frank E., Canada 1899 Tahashima, Tameja, Japan. . . .1899 

Sachs, Joseph L., Marvland . . . 1908 Smith, George C, Marvland. . . 1899 Talbot, Robt. W., Dist. of Col.. 1887 

Sagebien, Y D. A., Cuba 1908 Smith, Harold B., New York. .1899 Taliaferro, R. E. L., Virginia. .1891 

Salles, H. C, Louisiana 1883 Smith, Chas. F., Jamaica 1904 Tansey, John A., New York. .. 1913 

Salles, Paul, Louisiana 1912 Smith, Stanlev B., Canada. ... 1904 Taylor, Elisha S., Maryland. .. 1897 

Sallis, D. F., Mississippi 1893 Smith, Wilbert B., Canada 1907 Taylor, Geo. W., Indiana 1900 

Samuel, J. H., New Jersey. .. 1914 Smith, Harry B., Bermuda 1892 Taylor, Wm. W., North Car... 1901 

Samuel, L. D., Jamaica 1906 Smith, Wylie I., Maryland. . . .1912 Taylor, Joseph A., Indiana. . . .1903 

Sanders, C. M., South Car.... 1914 Smtih, Robt. Bover, Penna... 1913 Taylor, A. Zachary, Nor. Car.. 1888 

Sanders, John L., South Car.. 1906 Smither, C. Linwood. Virginia. 1898 Taylor, W. C, North Car 1914 

Sanchez. C. N., Cuba 1883 Smithers, N. R., Marvland. ... 1894 Teague, N. A., South Car 1383 

Sapp, C. C, North Carolina .. 1887 Smithers, Delmar, Maryland. .. 1895 Tenny, Cecil L., Washington. . 1901 

Sargent, Harrv H., Penna. ... 1903 Smithson, C. F., North Car.... 1901 Teraki, Sadayoshi, Japan 1907 

Sartelle, Rexford R., Virginia. 1913 Smithson, T. W., North Car... 1907 Temple, E. S., New York 1908 

Saunders, L. St. C, Canada. ..1895 Snively, Chas. L., Maryland. . .1905 Terry, Chas. Arthur, West Va..l898 

Sawaya, Farris S., Syria 1909 Snively, Daniel B., Penna 1888 Thacker, Robt. L., West Va. ..1898 

Savior, Edward R., Marvland. .1902 Snouffer, Chas. B., Penna 1892 Theil, L. A. H., Wisconsin. . . .1907 

Scanlon, Jos. H., Rhode Isl. ..1913 Snow, Henry B., Maryland. .. 1891 Thaman, Benj. M., Maryland. . 1910 

Scarborouch. A. P., Penna. ... 1907 Snyder, Myron W., New York. 1883 Thomas, A. O., South Car.... 1892 

Schaer, Charles T., Maryland. .1885 Snyder, Wm. Ruff, Penna 1902 Thoma3, B. Elmer, Texas 1896 

Schlieder, Carl E., New York. .1912 Snyder, Geo. A., Penna 1905 Thomas, Fred R., Canada. . . .1897 

Schochaur. Fred S., Texas. ... 1902 Solomon, E. Alva, South Car.. 1891 Thomas, Herbert M., Penna. ..1903 

Schloendorn, F. F. W.. Ger...l889 Solomon, Jacob L., New Yk. ..1910 Thompson, R. W., Jr., So. Car. .1901 

Scott, Robt. J., Jr., New Yk...l899 Somers, Ralph T., Virginia. . .1907 Thompson, H. L., New York.. 1907 

Scott, Wallace P., Maine 1899 Southard, P. C, Delaware 1908 Thrift, H. A., Rhode Island. .. 1912 

Seaton, Wm. C, Jr., New Yk..l897 Speas, Robt. L., North Car... 1907 Thrush, Wm. A., Illinois 1892 

SeBaMian, Jas. B., Delaware .. 1902 Spahn, Cbas. A., New Jersey.. 1903 Thurlow, Norman C, Maine... 1912 

Segal, Abraham, Virginia 1913 Spangler, Nevin R., Penna 1908 Tibbitts, W. H., New York... 1899 

Selbv. Benj. F., Maryland. ... 1903 Sparck, Miss L. C. S., Md...l910 Tigner, George S., Georgia. .. 1895 

Self, L. Ruffln, North Car 1905 Sparks, Alfred E., Canada 1891 Tigner, Edward A., Georgia. .. 1895 

Sendtner, Max. T., New York. .1909 Sperow, W. H.. West Va 1905 Tignor, Edwin P., Virginia. . .1898 

Sensrebusch, H., Germanv 1891 Spoon, T. L., North Car 1914 Tillotson, R. R., New York... 1900 

Sprinkel, C. Carter, Virginia. .1891 Spratt, John L., South Car 1901 Tinsley, J. C, Virginia 1914 

Sprinkel, G. A., Jr., Virginia .. 1898 Sprinkel, A. Hume, Virginia. . 1891 Tippett, Jas. H., New York... 1910 

Sprinkel, Robt. W., Virginia. . 1903 Shadrach, Samuel A., Virginia. 1896 Tipton, Norman B., Louisiana, 1883 

St. Jmn, F. Myron, Conn.... 1891 Shoemaker, Archie C, Penna.. 1889 Tipton, D. P., Nebraska 1892 

Stack, Walter O., Delaware. .. 1897 Shore, R. H., North Car 1911 Tiss, J., New York 1914 

Stanley, C. C, South Car 1894 Shreeve. J. E., Jr., Maryland. .1904 Todd, F. Foster, Maryland .... 1890 

Stannard, M. B., New Jersey. . 1912 Shortell, E. J., New Jersey. ... 1909 Todd, Fred. P., Maryland. ... 1888 

Starke, Parke P., Virginia ... .1903 Shirley, Wm. C, Virginia. ... 1904 Toombs, J. Everett, Mass 1883 

Shine, R. A.. Jr., Florida 1887 Shine, Henrv R.. Florida. ... 1887 Totten, Arminius W., No. Car.. 1892 

Shipmun, Wm. L.. N Y 1901 Shpritz, A. S., Maryland 1907 Trapp, William S., Penna. ... 1885 

Shaffner, Vernon D.. Canada.. 1898 Starke,' Parke P., Virginia. .. 1 887 Tribble, Alexander, Missouri . .1897 

Shannon, Wm. T., Georgia. ... 1899 Starr, Geo. E., Marvland. .... 1895 Tropp, Herman, Russia 1899 

Sharp, Joseph B.. New Jersey. 1889 steer, H. G., New York 1890 Troxler, Edw. A., North Car.. 1913 

Shaw, E. D., Now York 1892 steel, Frank R. (M.D.), Va...l888 Truby, J. Cromwell, Penna 1896 

Shocut, L. C. South Car 1899 Steele, J. Russell. Penna 1897 Truitt. George E.. Maryland. . 1907 

Sheehan, J. P., New York... 1914 Steele, Stanley. Maryland 1897 Trumbo, G. C, West Va 1910 

Sheeley, H. M., Penna 1901 Steele, Elmer M., Vireinia. . . .1899 Trump, George H., Maryland. .1898 

Sheeley, Curtis A.. Penna. . . .1902 Stehlev, F. P., West Va 1891 Tryon, Ralph E., New York. . .1910 

Sheely. Wm. S., Texas 1902 Stehley. P. H. (M.D.). W. Va. . 1900 Tucker, Edwin B., No. Car... 1901 

Shields, Nelson T., Texas 1884 Stein, M. E., New York 1914 Turner, Chas. A., Canada. .. .1891 

Shields, Lewis N., Texas . . . .1886 Stein, Max, Russia 1897 Turrentine, M. H., Georgia. ...1903 

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Twigg, Allen G. T., West Va..l911 Watson, W. B., West Va 1901 Willey, Henry S.. North Car.. 1901 

Twitchell, Fred. A., Minn 1885 Watson, Eugene T., W. Va...l903 Willetts, Albert P., Maine 1896 

Underwood, J. T., North Car.. 1908 Watson, S. R., North Car 1908 Willi*, Jonothan R., Penna.. . . 1904 

van der Hoeven, Cornelius (M. Waters, Charles E., Maryland. .1910 Willson, Jos. E., Indiana 1900 

Urmson, Randolph M.. Penna.. 1911 Watt, James P., Indiana 1901 Wilson, John H., New York.. 1887 

Vail, P. H., Connecticut 1914 Watts, J. Somes, Canada 1897 Wilson, Henry A., Maryland. .1892 

Valentine, P. J., Maryland 1903 Watts, Willis E., New York. . .1888 Wilson, N. McK., Maryland. . .1895 

van Brunt. Wm. E., Florida. .1909 Wayman, Jos. T., Virginia 1884 Wilson, Wm. P., North Car... 1910 

D.), Holland 1889 Wayman, W. N., Virginia. . . .1900 Williams, M. E., New York. . .1895 

van der Hoppe, R. f Austria. .1884 Weaver. Fred Allen, Mass.... 1883 Williams, A. A., Jr., Georgia. 1897 

van Meter, Wm. C, West Va..l906 Webb, H. E. B., Maryland. .. 1914 Williams, Edward R., Penna.. 1898 

van Nostrand, Wm. H., N. Y..1892 Webb, Thos. D., North Car 1910 Williams, W. E., West Va 1898 

van Nostrand, D. E., New J.. .1910 Wegge, Wm. F., Wisconsin. . . .1885 Williams, G. R., Tennessee. . . .1901 

van Nostrand, John F., N. Y..1901 Weighart, Geo. C, New York. .1907 Williams, R. W., Maryland. .. 1908 

van Omer, Wm. L., Penna.. . .1901 Weinberg, A., South Carolina.. 1896 Williams, J. H., Maryland. ... 190S 

van Tassol, Harry, So. Dak... 1892 Weinberg, D. A., South Car.. 1909 Willis, Frank M., South Car.. . 1888 

van Zandt, Fred., New York.. 1909 Weinberger, J., New York 1897 Windheim, A. P., New York.. 1908 

Vaughan, Robt. R„ Missouri. . 1884 Wienholt, H. O.. Germany. ... 1902 Winkelman, W. D., Maryland. .1902 

Vaughan, Patrick, Georgia. . .1897 Weirich, Jacob L., Penna 1888 Wingate, W. I., New Hamp...l901 

Vegas, John J., New York 1888 Weitfeldt, A. F. L., Germany. .1883 Wingo, C. E. (M.D.), Md 1891 

Veza, Jos. M., Austria 1892 Wietfeldt, Arnold, Germany 1887 Wingo, C. E., Jr., Maryland. .1911 

Voigt, Walter T., Maryland. .. 1908 Weeks, Geo. E. f North Car.... 1900 Wise, John B., South Car 1894 

von Wachter, F., Maryland. .. 1892 Welch, Floyd J., Virginia 1885 Wise, Wm. H., Virginia 189S 

Volck, Geo. A., Maryland 1883 Welsh, John E., South Car 1905 Wisherd, Elmer J., Maryland. . 1884 

Volck, A. W. A., Germany 1891 Wells, A. S., North Carolina. . 1891 Wogan, Wm. W., Penna 18$ r t 

Wall, Joseph A., Penna 1886 Wells, B. S., West Virginia. .. 1914 Wogan, Chas. E., Penna 189C 

Walden, II. C, Virginia 1894 Wells, Chas. J., Maryland 1905 Wolf, Sheldon B., Penna 189E 

Waller, Durward T., Nor. Car.. .1913 Weller, F. B., New York 1897 Woolsey, George, California. . .189( 

Walker, Carlos A., Maryland. . 1912 Westrater. A. A.. West Va 1901 Wood, Frank LeRoy, Maine... 188£ 

Walker, Fred P. M., Mass 1904 Whalen, G. J., Massachusetts. .1914 Wood, 0. R., New Hamp 1891 

Wallace, Jas. M., South Car... 1904 Whelpley, C. B., Canada 1890 Wood, Henry F., Virginia. ... 190! 

Waltinan, Jas. E., Maryland. . 1905 Wheeler, G. G., Rhode Island.. 1904 Woods, E. K., New Hamp.... 189' 

Walton, John E., Georgia. . . .1894 Wheeler, A. B., Maryland 1906 Woods, Owings C, So. Car.. . .1915 

Walsh. Thos. J., Vermont. ... 1898 Wheeler, Fred. M., New H.. .1888 Woodward, A. W., Virginia. . 1895 

Walters, D. A., North Car 1911 Whitaker, Joel, North Car 1899 Woodward. H. F., West Va...l90£ 

Wangerman, A., Germany 1885 Whisnant, A. J., No. Car 1905 Wool, J. Harvey, Virginia. .. .1895 

Wareheim, G. G., Penna 1905 Whitfield, Robt. J., Canada. .. 1891 Worsham, A. E., North Car... 191^ 

Ward, Cvrus A., Ohio 1895 Whitfield, G. P., North Car 1909 Wray, Harry D., West Va 1915 

Ward, Geo. N., New York 1895 Whitney, Ralph M., Maine 1903 Wright, M. V. (M.D.), N. H..1881 

Ward, R. L., Alabama 1914 White, Mathew W., So. Car... 1887 Wright, C. A., New Hamp....l89( 

Wardlaw, A. B., South Car... 1899 White, Geo. F., New York.... 1891 Wright, Jos. E., Maryland. ... 189* 

Warnock, W. J., South Car... 1889 White, Montgomery L., Texas. 1892 Wright, O. B.. South Car 1901 

Warrenfds, G. M., Maryland. .1898 White, L. A., Dist. of Col 1898 Wright, W. T., Virginia 191< 

Watkins, Joseph Conrad (A.B., White, LeRoy M., New York.. 1899 Wrighteon, S. B., Maryland.. . 189' 

LL.D), North Carolina 1900 White, Ben.i. S., Tenn 1901 Yacoubyan, V. K., Egypt 190{ 

Watkins, L. LeRoy, Maryland. 1903 White, D. C, Louisiana 1911 Yelvington, Elrie J., Florida. . 1901 

Watson, J. Wm., West Va 1892 Wilbur, Robert A., South Car.. 1888 Yost, E. C, Virginia 191' 

Watson, JameB, Illinois 1894 Wilcox, Geo. L., New York.. 1888 Youngs, Olin H., Conn 191: 

Watson, J. A., South Car 1901 Wilhelm, H. T., Germany 1887 

Watson, H. C, Maryland 1901 vViley, Charles G., Penna 1892 



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LAW DEPARTMENT. 

FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION. 



THE BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. 

Hon. HENRY D. HARLAN, Dean. 

ALFRED BAGBY, Jr., Esq., Testamentary Law. 

RANDOLPH BARTON, Jr., Esq., Practice Court, Legal Ethics & Bank- 
ing Law. 

Hon. CARROLL T. BOND, Bills & Notes and Pleading. 

J. WALLACE BRYAN, Esq., Common Carriers. 

HOWARD BRYANT, Esq., Practice in State Courts. 

W. CALVIN CHESNUT, Esq., Insurance. 

WARD B. COE, Esq., Title and Conveyancing. 

JAMES U. DENNIS, Esq., Personal Property, including Bailments. 

EDWIN T. DICKERSON, Esq., Contracts and Agency. 

JOSEPH C. FRANCE, Esq., Corporations. 

ELI FRANK, Esq., Torts. 

Hon. JAMES P. GORTER, Evidence. 

Hon. HENRY D. HARLAN, Domestic Relations. 

CHARLES McH. HOWARD, Esq., Equity Jurisprudence. 

ARTHUR L. JACKSON, Esq., Conflict of Laws. 

STUART S. JANNEY, Esq., Commercial Law. 

SYLVAN H. LAUCHHEIMER, Esq., Bankruptcy. 

Hon. ALFRED S. NILES, Constitutional Law. 

EUGENE O'DUNNE, Esq., Criminal Law and Medical Jurisprudence. 

WILLIAM LEE RAWLS, Esq., Contracts and Agency. 

ALBERT C. RITCHIE, Esq., Elementary Law. 

Hon. JOHN C. ROSE, Jurisdiction and Procedure of the Federal Courts, 
Admiralty, Patents, Trade-Marks and Copyrights. 

G. RIDGELY SAPPINGTON, Esq., Practice Court. 

Hon. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, International Law. 

HERBERT T. TIFFANY, Esq., Real Property. 

CLARENCE A. TUCKER, Esq., Equity Procedure. 

JOSEPH N. ULLMAN, Esq., Sales and Personal Property. 

SAMUEL WANT, Esq., Director of Library. 

For Catalogue Containing Full Information, Address 

EDWIN T. DICKERSON, Secretary and Treasurer of Laic Faculty, 

301 St. Paul St, Baltimore, Md. 



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DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY. 

(Maryland College of Pharmacy 1841=1904.) 
The Seventy=first Annual Session Will Open October 1, 1914 



FACULTY. 



WILLIAM SIMON, Ph.D. 

Emeritus Professor of Chemistry. 

CHARLES CASPARI, Jb., Phar.D., 

Professor of Theoretical and Applied Pharmacy, Dean of the Faculty. 

DAVID M. R. CULBRETH, A.M., Ph.G., M.D., 

Professor of Materia Medica, Botany and Pharmacognosy. 

DANIEL BASE, Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry and Vegetable Histology. 

HENRY P. HYNSON, Phar.D., 

Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 

H. A. B. DUNNING, Phar.D. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Phar.D. 

Associate Professor of Pharmacy. 

CHAS. C. PLITT, Ph.G., 

Associate Professor of Materia Medica, Botany and Vegetable Histology. 

J. CARLTON WOLF, Phar.D., 

Associate Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 

LOUIS T. BURGER, Ph.G., LL.D., Lecturer on Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence 

GEORGE STAHL, Phar.D., Demonstrator in Dispensing. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

N. E. Corner Lombard and Greene Street*, Baltimore, Md. 
The One Hundred and Eighth Course of Lectures Will 
Commence October 1st, 1914. 



FACULTY OF PHYSIC, 

SAMUEL C. CHEW, M.D., LL.D., Emeritus Professor of Medicine 

R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology. 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Surgery. 

L. E. NEALE, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Obstetrics. 

CHARLES W. MITCHELL, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Diseases of Children 

THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D., Professor of Diseases of Women. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Clinical Surgery. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Physiology. 

ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D., Professor of Therapeutics and Surgical Pathology. 

DAVID STREETT, A.M., M.D., Professor of Practice of Medicine. 

SAMUEL K. MERRICK, M.I).. Professor of Diseases of Throat and Nose. 

RIDGELY B. WARFIELI), M.D., Professor of Practice of Surgery. 

GORDON WILSON, M.D., Prof, of Principles of Medicine. 

Fob Cibculabs and Fubtheb Infobuation, Apply to 
R. DORSEY COALE, Ph.D., Dean. 

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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL. 

Southwest Corner Lombard and Greene Streets. Baltimore, Md. 

This Institution, most pleasantly located, the capacity and comforts of which 
have undergone great development to meet the increasing demands of patients, is 
fitted up with all modern conveniences for the successful treatment of Medical and 
Surgical diseases. 

Its Medical Staff comprises the FACULTY OF THE UNIVERSITY, and the 
entire management of the institution having been delegated to trained nurses, so 
well known as the faithful and efficient attendants upon the sick, patients may rely 
upon enjoying the benefits of an Infirmary, as well as the comforts and privacy of 
a home, while seeking treatment for Medical Diseases and undergoing Surgical 
Operations. 

Special attention is called to the Lying-in Department of the Hospital, and the 
thorough privacy given to confinement. 

When persons are compelled to leave their country residences to seek profes- 
sional medical assistance in Baltimore, no institution offers greater facilities than 
the University Hospital, which presents, among other greater advantages, that of 
having six resident physicians, appointed by the Medical Faculty, all of whom are 
usually (two are always) in the building to carry out the instructions of the Pro- 
fessors, i r 
Boabd in Private Rooms, $14 to $20 Peb Week. Board m Wards, $7 Per Week. 



Department of Arts and Sciences. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, ANNAPOLIS, MD. 

St. John's College has entered into an affiliation with the Schools of Medicine, 
Law, Dentistry and Pharmacy of the University of Maryland. 

The operation of these working relations is outlined as follows : 

First — Seniors in St. John's College may elect twelve requisite hours a week in 
the Law School of the University. The degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of 
Science is conferred upon such students at the end of the year. The Professional 
Degree may be reached in two years. 

Second — Students who have completed the Junior Year in St. John's College and 
who have made an approved choice of electives may, if they desire it, do the entire 
work of the Senior Year in the Medical School of the University. If they success- 
fully complete the work of the first medical year they are graduated with their class 
with the degree of A. B. from St. John's College. 

By taking advantage of this privilege a man may complete the Undergraduate 
and Medical courses in seven years. 

During three of these years or until he has completed the work of the Junior 
Class he is a resident student in St. John's College, and for four years he is a resi- 
dent in the Medical School in Baltimore. 

At the end of the fourth year he receives the A. B. Degree and at the end of the 
seven years the M. D. Degree, but credit from Medical School cannot be accepted in 
subjects for which credit has already been given in the College of Liberal Arts. 

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FACULTY. 

THOMAS FELL, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L Pbestdbk*. 

Professor of Moral Science. 

JOHN BROCKWAY RIPPERE, M.A Vice-Pbesidbwt. 

(Graduate of Wesleyan University.) 
Professor of Latin. 

JOHN B. WHITE, M.A., (Graduate of Geneva College), Prof, of Greek ana Latin. 

BENJAMIN HARRISON WADDELL, M.A., (Graduate of Washington and Lee 
University), Professor of Mathematics. 

CHARLES G. EIDSON, B.S.E.E., M.A., (Graduate of the University of Ten- 
nessee, Associate Member American Institute of Electrical Engineers), 
Professor of Physics and Drawing. 

ADOLF SCHUMACHER, Ph.D., (Graduate of Gottingen and University of Penn- 
sylvania), Professor of French and German. 

SIDNEY GUNN, B.A., M.A., (Graduate of Harvard University), Prof, of English. 

EDMOND EARL LINCOLN, B.A., M.A., (Graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University 
and of Oxford, England), Professor of History and Political Economy 
and Secretary of the Faculty. 

REGINALD H. RIDGELY, B.S., M.A., (Graduate of St. John's College), Pr* 
fessor of Biology. 

JOHN CLIFFORD GRAY, B.A., M.A., (Graduate of Harvard University), Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry and Physics. 

CHAUNCEY St. C. McNEIL, U.S.A., (Lieutenant of the United States Army), 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics and Lecturer on International 
and Constitutional Law. 

THOMAS L. GLADDEN, Superintendent of the Preparatory School and Instructor 
in English and Latin. 

ROSCOE E. GROVE, B.A., (Graduate of St. John's College), Assistant tn Pr#- 
paratory School. 

SARAH BERRY, Registrar and Secretary for the President. 



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LIBRARY 
BALTIMORE COLLEGE Of 

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THIRTY-FOURTH 

ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT AND CATALOGUE 

of the 

DENTAL DEPARTMENT 

of the 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




Northeast Corner Lombard and Greene Streets 
BALTIMORE, MD. 



SESSION 1915-1916 



Dental Practitioners and others desiring to receive the Annual 

Catalogue regularly, are requested to send their Names 

and Addresses to the Dean 



CALENDAR. 

THIRTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION. 
1915. 



June 1 to September 30 — Daily Clinics in Dental Infirmary. 

October 1 — Regular Session begins. 

October 15 — Re-examination of Deficient Students and Examination for 
Advanced Standing. 

November 25 — Thanksgiving Day, holiday. 

December 22 — Christmas Recess begins, 6 P. M. 



Christmas Recess. 

1916. 

January 3 — Lectures resumed, 9 A. M. 

February 22 — Holiday. 

April 20 (about) — Final Examinations begin. 

June 1 (about) — Commencement, Annual Meeting of Alumni Associa- 
tion. 



All communications for information relative to the DENTAL DEPART- 
MENT should be addressed to the Dean, T. O. Heatwole, M.D., D.D.S., 
Northeast Corner of Greene and Lombard Sts., Baltimore, Md. 



DEPARTMENTS 

OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND. 

THE UNIVERSITY is represented by five Departments, each having 
a distinct Faculty of Instruction. 

1st. The College of Libeeal Arts at Annapolis, Md. St. John's 
College, Annapolis, Md., founded in 1696, has by affiliation become the 
Department of Arts and Sciences. The curriculum leads to the degree ot 
Bachelor, or Master of Arts or Sciences. 

2nd. The School of Medicine in Baltimore, Md. This School was 
established in Baltimore, Md., in 1807, and offers a high-grade course ii. 
medicine, extending over a period of four years, and leading to the degree 
of Doctor of Medicine. 

3rd. The School of Law in Baltimore, Md. This School, founded in 
1812 and reorganized in 1869, is designed by means of a course of study 
covering three years to qualify its students for the degree of Bachelor of 
Laws and for an intelligent practice of the Law. 

4th. The Department of Dentistry was founded in 1882, and is 
designed to teach the art of dentistry as an integral part of the School of 
Medicine. The course of study leading to the degree of Doctor of Dental 
Surgery covers a period of three years. 

5th. The Department of Pharmacy was established in 1840 as the 
Maryland College of Pharmacy, and affiliated with the School of Medicine 
in 1904. The course of study covers two years, and leads to the degree of 
Doctor of Pharmacy. 



BOARD OF REGENTS 



OF THE 



University of Maryland, 



THOMAS FELL, Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Provost. 



RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.A., M.D., LL.D. 

THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D., LL.D. 

HON. HENRY D. HARLAN, LL.D. 

L. E. NEALE, M.D., LL.D. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D. 

HON. JOHN C. ROSE. 

D. M. R. CULBRETH, M.D. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

CHARLES CASPARI, JR., Phar.D. 

DANIEL BASE, Ph.D. 

HENRY P. HYNSON, Phar.D. 

HON. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, LL.D. 

PHILEMON H. TUCK, ESQ. 

EDGAR A. POE, A.B., M.A., LL.D. 

ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D. 

JOSEPH C. FRANCE, ESQ. 

T. O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S. 

ROBERT MOSS, ESQ. 

DAVID STREETT, M.A., M.D. 

SAMUEL K. MERRICK, M.D. 

RIDGELY B. WARFIELD, M.D. 

ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S. 

THE UNIVERSITY COUNCIL. 

The duty of this council is to formulate the scheme of studies to be pursued 
by students desiring both an academic and a professional, or scientific degree, 
and to act upon such other matters as may be brought before them. 
THE CHANCELLOR, 

HON PHILLIPS LEE GOLDSBOROUGH, 

Governor of Maryland. 
THE PRO-CHANCELLOR, 

THOMAS FELL, Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L. 

President of St. John's College. 
PROFESSORS B. V. CECIL, A.M., Sc.D., and C. W. STRYKER, A.M., 

For St. John's College. 
PROFESSOR RANDOLPH WINSLOW, A.M., M.D., LL.D., 

For School of Medicine. 
PROFESSORS HENRY D. HARLAN, LL. D., and W. T. BRANTLY, A.M., 

For School of Law. 
PROFESSOR T. O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S., 

For School of Dentistry. 
PROFESSOR CHARLES CASPARI, Jr., Phar.D., 

For School of Pharmacy. 



FACULTY OF THE DENTAL DEPARTMENT. 



T. O. HEATWOLE. Dean. 



J. HOLMES SMITH, A.M., MD., 

Professor of Anatomy. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

Professor of Physiology. 

TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Operative and Clinical Dentistry. 

J. WILLIAM SMITH, D.D.S., 

Professor of Dental Prosthesis. 

ELMER E. CRUZEN, D.D.S., 

Professor of Crown and Bridge Work and Ceramics. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Phar. D., 

Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy. 

B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S.. 

Professor of Oral Hygiene and Dental History. 

ELDRIDGE BASKIN, M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Orthodontia and Associate Professor of Clinical Dentistry 

CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D.D.S., 

Professor of Histology. 

J. W. HOLLAND, M.D., 

Associate Professor of Anatomy. 

L. WHITING FARINHOLT, D.D.S., 

Demonstrator of Crown-Bridge, Porcelain and Inlay Work. 

ROBERT P. BAY, M.D., 

Instructor in Oral Surgery. 

ROBERT L. MITCHELL, M.D., 

Instructor of Bacteriology and Pathology. 

FRANK P. HAYNES, D.D.S., 

Lecturer on Dental Anatomy. 

WILLIAM A. REA, D.D.S.. 

Chief Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

ALEX. LI. PATERSON, D.D.S., 

Demonstrator of Prosthetic Dentistry. 

S. WHITEFORD MOORE. D.D.S., 

Demonstrator of Anaesthesia and Analgesia. 

J. BEN ROBTNSON, D.D.S., 

Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

FRANCIS J. VALENTINE, A.M., D.D.S., 
E. FITZROY PHILLIPS, D.D.S., 
CHARLES A. SHREEVE, D.D.S., 
Assistant Denial Demonstrators. 



ANNOUNCEMENT. 

1915-1916. 



The course of instruction in the Dental Department of the Univer- 
sity of Maryland covers a period of three Sessions of 32 weeks each, 
exclusive of holidays, in separate years. 

The Thirty-fourth Kegular Session will begin October 1, 1915, and 
continue until about May 20, 1916. Full attendance during this period 
is demanded in order to get advancement to higher classes. Class Exami- 
nations for the Session will be held in October, January and April. 

This Department of the University of Maryland is a member, in good 
standing, of the National Association of Dental Faculties, and conforms 
to all the rules and regulations of that body. 

Being an integral part of the Faculty of Physic, the students of this 
Dental Department have the advantage of receiving joint instruction with 
the medical students on the subjects embraced in both courses. Such a 
scheme of curriculum provides for the establishment of fraternalism dur- 
ing the training period and should make it easier to maintain a proper 
ethical relationship in after actual practice. 

The many men of eminence in professional, civil and social life, gradu- 
ates of this institution, distributed throughout the civilized world, will 
amply attest to the high standard and thorough training in vogue in the 
past, and no effort will be lost in an attempt to keep abreast of the devel- 
opment in the practical scientific advancement of the profession in the 
future. 

The Central Young Men's Christian Association maintains a Branch 
Association in the buildings of the University and students are eligible as 
active or as associate members, such membership procuring for them spe- 
cial privileges in the City Association. A Students' Bible Class has been 
in operation during the past eighteen years, resulting in the maintenance 
and promotion of Christian character and morality among the students. 

Aside from and independent of the Regular Session, this institution main- 
tains a Spring and Summer Course, which follows immediately the termi- 
nation of each Regular Session and continues until October 1st. This 
Course is intended for practical work only; no credit for time thus put in 
is allowed toward graduation. The many advantages of the Spring and 
Summer Session for actual practice cannot be overestimated, as the number 
of patients applying for dental services is always very large and the Infirm- 
ary is never closed except on Sundays and other holidays. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR MATRICULATION. 

The Eequirements for Matriculation in the Dental Department of the 
University of Maryland are those established by rule of the National 
Association of Dental Faculties, of which body this institution is a mem- 
ber, viz., the completion of a four-year course in a standard high school, 
or its equivalent. 

(1) Applicants for matriculation must submit their credentials to the 
State Examiner, Prof.' Wilbur E. Smith, Baltimore City College, Balti- 
more, Maryland, for verification. If found qualified, the Examiner will 
issue a Maryland certificate, which entitles applicant to full matriculation. 

(2) Applicants lacking full credentials may establish a rating by taking 
an entrance examination, which will cover the unfinished subjects included 
in a standard four-year high school course. 

(3) A fee of two dollars for verification and issuance of certificate 
will be charged by the Examiner. In the case of an examination the fee 
will he five dollars. 

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS. 

In order to receive credit for a full Session, each student must have 
entered and be in attendance not later than ten days after the beginning 
and remain until the close of the Regular Session, the dates for which have 
been announced in the Annual Catalogue. 

In case of sickness, attested by a physician's certificate, students may 
enter twenty days after the opening of the Regular Session. 

ADVANCED STANDING. 

Graduates from reputable and accredited medical colleges are admitted 
to the Junior Year and credits allowed on all subjects completed which are 
included in the Dental Course. 

Students from other recognized dental colleges will be given credit for 
all work completed in the institution from which they come. 

At the close of each Session, each student must pass a satisfactory 
examination on the several subjects of that year before he can be entered 
in the succeeding grade. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

The candidate for graduation must have attended three sessions of 
instruction in some recognized dental college, the last year of which must 
have been in this institution. 

He must have satisfied the requirements of each of the several instructors 
and proven himself proficient in the theory and practice of Dentistry. 

He must have attained the age of twenty-one years and be of good moral 
character. 

Students may matriculate by mail by sending money order, or registered 
letter containing the amount of fee, $5.00, to Dr. T. O. Heatwole, Dean, 
Corner Greene and Lombard Sts., Baltimore, Md. 

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FEES FOR EACH REGULAR WINTER COURSE. 

The Fees {with the exception of the Diploma Fee) must be paid as fol- 
lows : One-half on the entrance day, and the balance during the first week 
of the succeeding January; this rule must be strictly observed. 

Matriculation (paid once only), $5.00. Tuition fee, $150.00. Diploma 
fee, $30.00. Dissecting fee (paid once only), $10.00. 

(The Diploma Fee must be paid by the first of April of the year of grad- 
uation.) 

A special ticket is issued at the close of each session to every student of 
the first and second year classes, as an evidence that he has passed success- 
fully, or unsuccessfully, examinations for advancement to a higher grade, 
and also has attended a full session. 

No assessment is made on candidates for graduation, the University 
bearing all the expenses attending the Commencement Exercises. 

FEES FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER COURSES. 

The tuition fee for the Spring and Summer Course is $75, which must be 
paid by the first of June of each year, or on matriculation if the student 
enters later; this amount will be deducted from fees of the next following 
Winter Session. 



NOTES. 

Laboratory and Infirmary lockers are assigned in order of matricula- 
tion. 

The Dean will advise parents or guardians of the progress being made 
and of the general conduct of students, when requested so to do. 

Students are required to provide themselves with such instruments as 
may be listed by the several instructors. 

Means are provided whereby students who are strangers in the city, by 
applying to the Dean's Office, may be suitably accommodated with lodg- 
ing, etc. 

A deposit is required of each Junior student, as a breakage fund, apply- 
ing to Chemical Laboratory Course. 

Each Department of the University publishes exclusively its own list of 
matriculates. 

The Dean will be found in his office, in the Dental Building, corner 
Greene and Lombard Sts., at 2 :30 P. M., each weekday. 



Course of Study — Summary. 



Freshman Year. 
Anatomy — Lectures, Demonstrations. 
Physiology — Lectures, Recitations. 
Chemistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Materia Medica — Lectures, Recitations. 
Operative Technics — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Prosthetic Technics — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Demonstrations, Laboratory. 
Practical Anatomy — Demonstrations. 
Histology — Lectures, Laboratory. 

Junior Year. 
Anatomy — Lectures. 
Physiology — Lectures, Recitations. 
Chemistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics — Lectures, Recitations. 
Clinical Dentistry — Lectures, Demonstrations. 
Operative Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Prosthetic Dentistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Practical Prosthetic Dentistry — Demonstrations, Laboratory. 

Senior Year. 
Oral Surgery — Lectures, Recitations. 
Bacteriology — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Pathology — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Orthodontia — Lectures, Clinics. 
Operative Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Prosthetic Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Clinical Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Oral Hygiene — Lectures, Clinics. 
Dental History — Lectures. 
Dental Anatomy — Lectures. 
Dental Jurisprudence — Lectures. 

DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION. 



DENTAL PROSTHESIS. 

PROF. J. WILLIAM SMITH, D.D.S. 

The course of instruction under this chair embraces a thorough treatise 
on the preparation and treatment of the mouth for artificial dentures; the 
art of securing perfect impressions of the parts to which substitutes are to 



be adjusted, together with a discussion of the materials and devices 
employed in the work; a comprehensive study of model construction and 
the materials used for same, this being supplemented with definite instruc- 
tion on modes of manipulation best calculated to give satisfactory results. 
Also, a thorough study of approved methods of constructing artificial 
dentures on the various bases, such as vulcanite, celluloid, gold and other 
plate metal, and continuous gum work, the properties and special adapta- 
bility of the several bases to particular cases being treated in a comprehen- 
sive manner. 

The teaching from this chair is done through didactic lectures, reviews, 
demonstrations and work on practical cases. 

CHEMISTRY AND METALLURGY. 
PROF. E. FRANK KELLY, Phar. D. 

The aim of this course is to present to the student the most important 
facts and principles of Modern Chemistry in a plain but precise and scien- 
tific form. Special attention will be given to the mode of preparation, 
properties, etc., of the metals, alloys and the various compounds used in 
dental practice. 

The course of lectures will be fully illustrated by experiments, for which 
purpose the department is well supplied with apparatus. 

The didactic lecture course on Chemistry will be supplemented, during 
the Junior year, by laboratory experiments covering the work embraced 
in the theoretical teaching. The scope of work done is intended to make the 
subject practical and to afford opportunity to the student to prove for him- 
self the established laws of physical and chemical force, the affinity exist- 
ing between certain elements, and to give training in formula construction. 

ANATOMY. 

PROF. J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D 

Anatomy will be taught in the most practical manner, not only by didac- 
tic lectures in the anatomical theatre, but by class demonstrations of oste- 
ology and syndesmology, under the supervision of an Associate Professor of 
Anatomy. The lectures on this fundamental branch of medicine and dental 
science will be amply illustrated with preparations, models, plates, draw- 
ings and dissected cadaver. Special reference will be made to the anatomy, 
microscopical and comparative, of the jaws, teeth, salivary glands and other 
organs and tissues contained within or accessory to the oral cavity. 

The teaching of this branch is graded and covers a period of two Ses- 
sions. The instruction during the First Year is given by an Associate Pro- 
fessor, who also has charge of the Practical Anatomy, this calling for the 
complete dissection of the whole human cadaver. 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

PROF. JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

The instruction in this department is graded and covers a period of two 
years. The work of the first half of the first year is applied to the subject 
of biology, under which a full study of the structure, life, action, growth 
and reproduction of living organisms is taken up. The latter half of the 

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first year is given over to a study of the fundamental principles of physi- 
ology, such as will ground the study well in the science of living matter 
and its function, and a treatise on the circulatory and respiratory systems. 
The second-year course embraces a complete and comprehensive study 
of the vital phenomena of muscular action ; digestion ; heart, liver, kidneys 
and their functions ; the secretory and excretory glands, and the brain and 
nervous system. 

MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS. 

PROF. TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S. 

Two hours each week to each class are devoted to instruction in this 
branch. It is the aim to prepare the First Year students in the funda- 
mentals of Materia Medica, ground him well in symbols, special characters 
and definitions ; the laws governing the action of drugs, preparations, their 
mode of manufacture, relative strengths and dosage; the English and 
Metric systems of weights and measures, together with many other special 
and important basic details. 

The Junior Year work embraces the grouping of drugs under their physi- 
ologic action and therapeutic uses; preparations and doses of individual 
drugs, their toxicology, with treatment by chemical and physiologic anti- 
dotes; and general and local anaesthesia. Special attention is given to a 
study of all agencies employed to correct pathologic conditions occurring 
about the mouth. 

OPERATIVE AND CLINICAL DENTISTRY. 

PROF. ISAAC H. DAVIS, M D., D.D.S. 

The course from this Chair will comprise thorough practical instruc- 
tion in all dental operations such as filling, extracting, crowning and regu- 
lating the teeth; the filling of pulp canals; the treatment of alveolar abscess, 
diseased pulps, etc. All proper methods for performing operations on the 
teeth and tissues involved will be demonstrated at regular clinics. The 
various forms and qualities of gold and other metals will be carefully con- 
sidered, and the kind best suited for each particular case thoroughly 
explained and practically demonstrated in operations known to the pro- 
fession. The advantages and disadvantages of each particular form of 
gold will be carefully scrutinized. The methods of manipulating cohesive 
and non-cohesive gold foils will be carefully taught, as a knowledge of the 
uses of both forms is absolutely essential to a complete dental education. 
All plastic materials for filling teeth, such as amalgam, cement, etc., and 
the mode of manipulation will receive careful attention. 

The Professor of this branch has an Associate who at stated periods 
gives practical clinics at the Chair to sections of the several classes. 

CROWN— BRIDGE— CERAMICS. 

PROF. ELMER E. CRUZEN, D.D.S. 

The teaching of this branch covers a graded course of three Sessions. All 
the various methods, appliances and materials employed in the work are 
minutely described by lectures delivered on the subject once each week. 

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Demonstrations are also given and much time occupied in the supervision 
of experimental work assigned to students in the laboratory. The instruc- 
tor of this branch assists in the practical work of this character being 
done in the Infirmary. 

Gold and porcelain inlay work, as well as baked porcelain crowns and 
bridges, receive the attention their importance demands. 

ORAL HYGIENE AND DENTAL HISTORY. 

PROF. B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S. 

The subject of Oral Hygiene is claiming special consideration at the 
present time. It embraces a treatise on the factors present in the mouth 
which produce disease of the oral cavity and reflect their influence generally 
throughout the system. The study of this subject is presented by a course 
of lectures in the Third Year and includes the causes, results and treatment 
for the eradication of unhygienic and, therefore, dangerous conditions of 
the oral cavity. 

The course in Dental History, now regarded as a necessary part of the 
education of the Twentieth Century Oral Specialist, will embrace an expo- 
sition of the subject, from the crude methods in the days of antiquity to 
the wonderful scientific and exact methods of the time in which we live- 

ORAL SURGERY. 
ROBERT P. BAY, M.D. 

The course of study on this branch is placed in the Senior Year, and 
consists of lectures on the etiology, pathology and treatment of all classes 
of tumors occurring in and about the mouth, face and head. Special clinics 
and demonstrations are given to the students of this department in the 
Hospital, which is located on the grounds of the University. The aim of 
this course is to familiarize the student with abnormal conditions incident 
to the field of his future operation and to thoroughly train him in the 
diagnosis of benign and malignant growths. 

HISTOLOGY. 

PROF. CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D.D.S. 

The Course in Histology is given in the First Year and is taught by 
both lectures and demonstrations in the laboratory. It is intended to 
familiarize the student with the minute anatomy of the various tissues and 
organs of the body. Students are trained in the proper use of the micro- 
scope and its accessories, and staining, mounting and properly manipulat- 
ing sections made for microscopic study. 

PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY. 

ROBERT L. MITCHELL, M.D. 

In the Third Year, general and special Pathology and Bacteriology are 
taught by didactic lectures, recitations and demonstrations in the labora- 
tory. Gross Pathology and Pathologic Histology are taught by personal 
demonstrations, the former embracing several hundred museum specimens. 

The course in Bacteriology includes practical technics and the study of 
special bacteria of the mouth. 

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The laboratory is amply provided with microscopes and other necessary 
accessories for thorough teaching. The time devoted to both subjects will 
be three hours a week for the full seven months, the time being about 
equally divided between the two. 

ORTHODONTIA. 

PROF. ELDRIDGE BASKIN, M.D., D.D.S. 

The advancement of Dental Science has made this an important feature 
in the curriculum and in its consideration, special emphasis is laid on the 
knowledge of true or normal occlusion, the causes responsible for maloccula- 
sion and classification of same. Special attention is given to the phe- 
nomena of tooth movement and the various appliances required to correct 
malposed teeth. 

This branch also includes definite instruction on the harmony of facial 
lines, the strong points in facial expression, and an explanation of the 
necessity and method of adapting forces to the maldeveloped parts, making 
them more nearly ideal. 

The teaching of Orthodontia is done by a course of lectures and demon- 
strations on models and practical cases obtained from the daily clinics. 



Department of Technics. 



PROSTHETIC LABORATORY. 

ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S 

Under the supervision of a chief demonstrator and his assistants, each 
member of the Junior and Senior Classes is required to construct experi- 
mental and practical dentures on the various bases recommended in the 
theoretical course on Dental Prosthesis. Special attention is given to details 
in impression taking, model construction, tooth selection for individual 
cases, their artistic arrangement with an eye single to normal facial resto- 
ration, proper articulation and occlusion, swaging of metal bases - and 
soldering. 

The instruction of this department is conducted on practical lines, which 
brings the teacher and pupil in personal contact. The facilities for carry- 
ing on the work are modern and complete, and every possible means pro- 
vided whereby a student may acquire proficiency in the art of substituting 
lost masticatory organs. 

PROSTHETIC TECHNICS. 
ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S 

Prosthetic Technics is taught during the first half of the First Session. 
The teaching is done by demonstrations and by personal supervision of 
vulcanite plate construction by the students, beginning with the partial set 
and leading np to the full denture. Each instrument and its use is 
explained and demonstrated. Likewise, all the materials employed in the 

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process. At the close of the Course, a specimen piece is required from each 
student, upon which he is graded. 

OPERATIVE TECHNICS. 
ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S 

This instruction is given during the latter half of the First Year, and 
the purpose of it is to familiarize the student with the gross and minute 
anatomy of the natural teeth, to impart the essentials of cavity preparation 
and to enable him to locate what are termed the pulp chamber and the 
root canals, to demonstrate the several cavity and canal filling materials, 
and to train the beginner in manipulation of instruments about the mouth. 

At the termination of the Course, each student is required to prepare a 
cavity and insert a cohesive gold filling, this being the basis of his grade 
for the work in this branch. 

INFIRMARY CLINIC. 

The Infirmary and Dental Department of the University of Maryland 
is a large, commodious, thoroughly equipped room, 100 by 33 feet in 
dimensions, with ample window space to supply sufficient light for opera- 
tions in the mouth. 

This room is open to the general public every day, except Sundays and 
jther holidays, from 1 :30 to 6 P. M., and the many thousands of patients 
who present themselves during the Session supply abundant means for 
practical experience to the students of the several classes. This has made 
of it one of the best clinics in the country. 

ANAESTHESIA AND EXTRACTING. 

Supplemental to the theoretical instruction given to the students on the 
subject of Anaesthesia through the Chair of Materia Medica and Therapeu- 
tics, special clinics and demonstrations are provided for and conducted in 
connection with the extracting room clinic. 

The many patients coming to this clinic each day give opportunity for 
practical experience and the development of skill in tooth extraction. 
Special attention is given to different cases by the demonstrator in charge, 
such as the extraction of impacted teeth, the skillful removal of roots with 
the least possible mutilation of surrounding parts, the proper methods for 
lancing abscesses, and other incidents accompanying extraction. 

PRACTICAL ANATOMY. 

The instruction given in this section is a part of the First Year Course. 
Each student is required to dissect an entire human subject, material for 
which is supplied by the University. The work is done during the stated 
hours of each weekday, under the personal supervision of the Associate 
Professor of Anatomy and his assistants. 

HOSPITAL CLINICS. 

The advantages of the University Hospital, which is situated in the 
group of University buildings, are at all times open to the students of the 
Dental Department. All classes of operations are conducted in the special 

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amphitheatre, which affords, through its peculiar arrangement, splendid 
opportunity for students to view the technique of the surgeon at his work. 
By attendance on these clinics, the students also gain practical information 
in the use of ansethetics, both general and local, which are in daily use. 

TEXT-BOOKS. 

Operative Dentistry: Johnson, Kirk. 

Prosthetic Dentistry: Richard, Turner. 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics: Prinz, Buckley, Stevens. 

Physiology: Haliburton, Kirke. 

Anatomy: Gray. 

Chemistry: Simons. 

Histology: Piersol, Storh, Schaefer, Hill. 

Orthodontia: Angle, Talbott, Guilford, Jackson. 

Bacteriology: McFarland, Hiss, Zinsser, Jordan. 

Pathology: Stengel, Coplin, Buchard, Inglis. 

Oral Surgery: Blair, Underwood, Marshall. 

Dental Anatomy: Broumell. 

Medical Dictionary: Gould, Lippincott, Stedman. 

PRIZES. 

The following prizes were awarded to members of the Senior, Junior and 
Freshman Classes of this Dental Department for the Session of 1914-15 : 

University Gold Medal for Highest Grade at Final Examinations— 
Albert S. Loewenson. 

Honorable Mention for Second Highest Grade — Jose Angel Davila. 

Roll of Honor (ten students of the Senior Class with highest standing 
in order named) — Albert S. Loewenson, Jose Angel Davila, Heath 
McIntyre, Harry Winter Paul, Jacob Walter Lewis, Herbert Edwin 
Waterman, Cayetano Ramon Pou Gomez, Walter Shields Mitchell, 
Floyd Henry Smith, James William Farr. 

SENIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

The James H. Harris Gold Medal (for best Non-Cohesive Gold Filling) 
--Miss L. E. McKeown. 

First Honorable Mention — Jose Angel Davila. 

Second Honorable Mention — Jacob Walter Lewis. 

The F. J. S. G or gas Gold Medal (for best Cohesive Gold Filling) — 
Samuel S. Sobell. 



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The Prof. I. H. Davis Gold Medal (for best Combination Gold Filling) 
— Cayetano Ramon Pou Gomez. 

First Honorable Mention — Mrs. Elsie Roof-Scimeca. 

Second Honorable Mention — Henry Honick. 

The Prof. B. Merrill Hopkijison Gold Medal (for best Oral Hygiene 
Exhibit) — Albert S. Loewenson. 

The Alex. H. Pater son Gold Medal (for best Full Upper Set of Teeth 
on Metal) — Jose Angel Davila. 

First Honorable Mention — Heath McIntyre. 

Second Honorable Mention — Herbert Edwin Waterman. 

Gold Medal (for best Senior Class Crown and Bridge Work) — Miss L. 
E. McKeown. 

First Honorable Mention — Albert S. Loewenson. 

Second Honorable Mention — Heath McIntyre. 

Orthodontia Gold Medal — Cayetano Ramon Pou Gomez. 
Honorable Mention — Albert S. Loewenson. 

JUNIOR CLASS PRIZES. 
The Prosthetic Gold Medal — Gerald I. Brandon. 
First Honorable Mention — R. F. Bundy. 
Second Honorable Mention — F. Gonzales. 

The Charles R. Deeley Gold Medal (for best Junior Class Crown and 
Bridge Work) — R. F. Bundy. 

First Honorable Mention — Gerald I. Brandon. 
Second Honorable Mention — M. K. Baklor. 

FRESHMAN CLASS PRIZES. 
The Luther B. Benton Gold Medal (for best Vulcanite Set of Teeth) — 

H. I. HUCKANS. 

First Honorable Mention — L. H. Miller. 

Second Honorable Mention — 0. E. Culler. 

The Dr. L. W. Farinholt Gold Medal (for best Freshman Class Crown 
and Bridge Work) — L. H. Miller. 

First Honorable Mention — O. E. Culler. 

Second Honorable Mention — E. R. Wray. 

The University Gold Medal (for best Freshman Class Cohesive Gold 
Filling) — L. H. Miller. 

First Honorable Mention — H. I. Huckans. 

Second Honorable Mention — O. E. Culler. 



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GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1915. 



William Russell Bird New York. 

Martin Brumberger New York 

Charles Arthur Buist South Carolina. 

Paved Charles Danforth Texas. 

,1 ose Angel Davila Mexico. 

James William Farr Connecticut. 

Arthur Horace Hebert Massachusetts. 

Henry Honiok Maryland. 

Edouabd J. Lariviere Massachusetts. 

Jacob Walter Lewis Maryland. 

Albert S. Loewenson Maryland. 

Harold J. Loomis New York. 

Edward Aloysius Lynaugh Massachusetts. 

Henry M McLean North Carolina. 

Heath McIntyre Canada. 

Lois Eunice McKeown North Carolina. 

Walter Shields Mitchell Virginia. 

Harry David Newton Pennsylvania. 

Christopher James O'Connell Massachusetts. 

Harry Winter Paul Australia. 

Cayetano Ramon Pou Gomez Porto Rico. 

John Joseph Purcell, Jr New York. 

Francisco Quintero Mag ana Mexico. 

Ronald Y. Rankin Canada. 

Vincente H. Roca y Carbonell Cuba. 

Elsie D. Roof-Scimeca Germany. 

Whbur Nesbit Scruggs North Carolina 

John Robinson Secrest North Carolina. 

Locke Van Grawl Simons North Carolina. 

Floyd Henry Smith New York. 

Samuel S. Sobell New York. 

James Robert Thompson South Carolina. 

Hebbebt Edwin Waterman Texas. 

Jno. Randolph Walker Alabama. 

BEH Hill Wehsteic North Carolina. 

Joseph .J . Wolk New York. 

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CATALOGUE OF DENT AL STUDENTS 

SESSION 1914-1915. 

All of^these Matriculates conformed to the Requirements for Admission 
as Specified by the Annual Catalogue for each year. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

•Adams, W. W Massachusetts Dr. L. P. McGovern. 

Bird, W. R New York Dr. Caleb H. Bird. 

Boazman, F. E South Carolina Dr. W. C. Holloway. 

Brumberger, M New York Dr. J. W. Smith. 

Buist, C. A South Carolina Dr. John C. Malony. 

Cassteveus, H. E North Carolina Dr. J. G. Marler. 

Danforth, D. O Texas Univ. of Maryland. 

Davila, J. A Mexico 

Dentry, C. G Maryland Dr. W. F. Schricker. 

Epting, C. K South Carolina Dr. W. L. Kibler. 

Farr, J. W Connecticut Univ. of Maryland. 

Feindt, W New Jersey Univ. of Maryland. 

Fitzgerald, J. D Connecticut Univ. of Maryland. 

Hebert, A. H. E Massachusetts Dr. J. A. Barre. 

Honick, H Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

f Johnston, G. S Maine Univ. of Maryland. 

Kendall, A. H Georgia Dr. S. J. Carter. 

Lariviere, E Massachusetts Dr. E. Archen. 

Lewis, J. W Maryland Dr. Henry Zimmerman. 

Loewenson, A. S Maryland Dr. Marchant. 

Loomis, H. J New York Dr. R. W. Eicholtz. 

Lynaugh, E. A Massachusetts J_)r. J. C. Z. Potwin. 

McLean, H North Carolina Dr. I. R. Self. 

Mclntyre, H Canada Dr. J. D. Mclntyre. 

McKeown, Miss L. E North Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Magee, J. A New York Dr. Myers. 

*Mallen, J. B Porto Rico Univ. of Maryland. 

Malone, T. R Maryland Dr. Chas. O'Donovan. 

♦Merrill, A. J Connecticut Dr. S. S. Merrill. 

Mitchell, W. S Virginia Dr. J. M. Herr. 

Morales, J Florida Dr. Bartlett. 

Newton, H. D Pennsylvania Dr. Earl Snavely. 

O'Connell, C. J Massachusetts Dr. F. J. Fitz-Gebhon. 

O'Neil, W. F Vermont Univ. of Maryland. 

Paul, H. W New South Wales Dr. G. A. Ferris. 

Pou Gomez, C. R Porto Rico Univ. of Maryland. 

**Penton, R. C Cuba 

Purcell, J. J New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Quintero, F Mexico Univ. of Maryland. 

Rankin, R. Y Canada Univ. of Maryland. 

Richards, H. L Connecticut Univ. of Maryland. 

Roca, V Cuba Univ. of Maryland. 

Scimeca, Mrs. E. R Germany Dr. Franz Hafner. 

Scruggs, W. N North Carolina Dr. A. J. Whisnant. 

Secrest, J. R North Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Simons, L. V North Carolina Dr. T. D. Webb. 

Smith, B. B New Jersey Univ. of Maryland. 

Smith, F. H New York Dr. Frank St. John. 

Sobell, S. S New York Dr. F. D. Weisse. 

Thompson, J. R South Carolina Dr. Wade Thompson. 

Waterman, H. E Texas Univ. of Maryland. 

Walberg, C. V Connecticut Dr. H. McK. Bevins. 

Walker, J. R Alabama Dr. A. V. Huntzbery. 

Webster, B. H North Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Wolk, J. J New York Univ. of Maryland. 

♦Did not attend. t Attended part session. **Special Student. 

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JUNIOR CLASS. 
Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Adair, J. M., Jr Virginia Dr. F. W. McClure. 

Albert, A. C West Virginia Dr. C. W. Albert. 

Aldridge, A. Z Maryland Dr. J. S. Geiser. 

Baklor, M. K Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Bean, W. E'. New York Dr. F. B. Askins. 

Bennett, L. A Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Blevins, D. C North Carolina Dr. J. R. Gambill. 

Brandon, G. I Jamaica Dr. S. C. Delass. 

Broadwater, T. O Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Brown, R. F New Jersey Univ. of Maryland. 

Bryant, A. G Connecticut Dr. E. R. Bryant. 

Bundy, R. F Rhode Island Dr. W. C. Bundy. 

Burns, H. W Vermont Univ. of Maryland. 

Cannon, C. R Delaware Dr. C. H. Carter. 

Darwin, R. F South Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Denton, E. B Virginia Dr. N. W. Denton. 

Funderburk, J. R South Carolina Dr. J. E. Funderburk. 

Gonzales New York E. G. Marr. 

Haile, C. T Maryland Dr. H. J. Burton. 

Harper, T. J South Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Hobbs, E. E Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Jones, B. R Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Lena, W. E Massachusetts Dr. Frank A. Lena. 

McLeod, J. D Alabama Dr. A. McLeod. 

May, R. P Pennsylvania Dr. A. H. Paterson. 

Martin, W. F Maryland Dr. H. T. Martin. 

Martin, C. R Connecticut Dr. W. E. Green. 

Moran, M. E New Hampshire Dr. B. H. Moran. 

Nathanson, A. J Maryland Dr. J. A. Baker. 

Niles, H. A New York Dr. C. M. Axtell. 

Schafer, P. F West Virginia Dr. F. R. Butts. 

Smith, E. L North Carolina Dr. L. T. Pegram. 

f Smith, T. T New Jersey Univ. of Maryland. 

Sowers, H. B Virginia Dr. William Hilton. 

Weidert, R Pennsylvania Univ. of Maryland. 

Welch, M. G New York Dr. E. M. Welch. 

tAttended part session. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Brown, C. T Florida Univ. of Maryland. 

fCalvi, E. S Vermont Univ. of Maryland. 

Claiborn, Chas. H., Jr Maryland Dr. H. S. Wilson. 

Clarke, J. C Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Coble, E. A North Carolina Dr. T. L. Spoon. 

♦Cornell, R. G New York 

Corrigan, M. D Connecticut Univ. of Maryland. 

Cramer, M New York Dr. A. Cramer. 

Culler, O. E North Carolina Dr. T. L. Spoon. 

Demarco, L. A Maryland Dr. H. A. Cherry. 

Deozois, G. A New Hampshire Univ. of Maryland. 

Edwards, Z. L North Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Godson, J. J New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Huckans, H. I New York Dr. Chas. F. Becker. 

♦Isaacs, J Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

** Johnson, C. E Maryland 

Lancaster, D. B South Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

fManley, F. J Massachusetts Dr. E. T. LeDieke. 

t Martinez, J. F Central America Univ. of Maryland. 

Martinez, J. L Central America Univ. of Maryland. 

Miller, L. H Maine Dr. W. S. Miller 

Palmer, E. H New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Sampson, H New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Santoni, P. J Porto Rico Univ. of Maryland. 

f Schmidt, E. W Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Smith, R. P Maryland Dr. W. G. Smith. 

Tracy, D. L Vermont Dr. C. C. Walker. 

Vina, V. A Cuba Dr. L. A. Cambo. 

Waynick, G. E North Carolina Dr. Kernodle. 

Wray, E. R New York Dr. H. D. Wray. 

*Did not attend. fAttended part session. **Special Student 



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GRADUATES 

OF THE 

University of Maryland, Dental Department. 



Ackrill, F. H., Connecticut. ... 1914 Barton, W. J. F., New York.. 1905 Bowbeer, N. Grant, Canada. . .1895 

Aiken, D., S. C 1890 Basehoar, C. 8., Penna 1900 Bowen, Gilbert M., Canada. . .1901 

Aiken, A. A., Texas 1897 Basehoar, L. M., Penna 1911 Bowker, A. J., New Jersey. . . .1907 

Aiken, R. W., Texas 1901 Basehore, Horace E., Penna. ..1886 Bowles, Aubrey R., Virginia. .1891 

Albrecht, J., Germany 1887 Bass, Cbas. DeL., North Car.. 1910 Bowlus, Emory M. f Maryland.. 1891 

Albright, T. W., New York.. 1884 Baskin, Eldridge, South Car.. 1903 Bowman, John C, Virginia. .. 1904 

AJlaire, A. J., Massachusetts. .1910 Bates, Robt. A., Virginia 1888 Boyd, Samuel A., California.. .1893 

Alexander, C. T., Georgia 1899 Baugher, Wm. L., Virginia. . .1912 Boyd, Walter G., Maryland. . .1897 

Allen, L. T., Canada 1912 Baylis, Chas. F., New York. . .1892 Boyden, M. C, North Car 1899 

Allen, W. Ed., Maryland 1901 Beachley, Wm. E., Maryland. . 1890 Boyette, C. S., North Car 1891 

Allen, J. C, New York 1905 Beadles, E. Payson, Virginia. . 1885 Boyle, T. L., New York 1910 

Allen, H. Roy, Vermont 1906 Beall, Chas. E., Virginia 1898 Boyle, Elvie S., Maryland. .. .1891 

Allen, Robt. E., North Car.... 1908 Bean, J. H., Massachusetts.. .. 1888 Boyajian, Garabed, Turkey. .. 1887 

Allison, G., Virginia 1900 Beale, John C. 0., Maryland. . 1892 Braendle, S. E., Pennsylvania. 1892 

Allwine, Harry W., Nebraska. .1891 Beck, Frank, Pennsylvania. . . .1889 Bragdon, Chaa. J., Maine 1899 

Allworth, Jas. D., New York.. 1908 Becker, Charles F., Penna. ... 1902 Bragg, K. R., Missouri 1889 

Alton, W. Wolsley, Canada. .. 1892 Bedenbaugh, A. J., South Car.. 1913 Bragg, Laurence A., Virginia. . 1901 

Amend, Emil, Germany 1886 Bedinger. A. F. G., New York. .1903 Bratton, Daniel, Maryland. . . .1911 

Anderson, J. P., South Car.... 1891 Beland, W. C, Massachusetts. .1914 Bradford. H. C, Virginia. .. .1885 

Anderson, W. C, Virginia. .. .1892 Belcher, L. L., West Va 1908 Brawner, Chas. J., Georgia. . .1887 

Anderson, Fred S., Canada. . . .1897 Bell, Mabrey B., Maryland. . . .1896 Breault, H. C. Raoul, Conn... .1897 

Anderson, W. E., South Car... 1898 Bell, A. Marvin, Canada 1903 Breeden, B. B., South Car.... 1883 

Anderson, Geo. J., Maine 1902 Bell, L. D., Bermuda 1914 Bressler, W. C, Penna 1884 

Anderson, J. F., North Car.... 1909 Bemis, A. A., Massachusetts.. . 1887 Bressler, Geo. L., Penna 1896 

Anders, F. R., North Car 1910 Benjamin, Jas. G., Montana. ..1891 Bresnahan, John H., Maine... 1901 

Ansley, C. D., Massachusetts. . 1910 Best, John P., South Car 1896 Briggs, E. Fred.. Maine 1903 

Apple, Robt. O., North Car 1907 Besore, J. Henry, Maryland. .. 1897 Bristol, F. R., New York 1914 

Apple, Troy A., North Car. ...1907 Bereston, Arthur, Maryland. .. 1909 Brobst, Millard C, Ohio 1904 

Applewhite, E. J., Virginia. .. 1907 Berkhimer, H. L., Penn 1904 Brockett, Raymond W., Conn.. 1913 

Archambault, M., Rhode 1st. . .1905 Bernhardt, D. A., Penna 1912 Broecking, A., Germany 1899 

Armstrong, H. T., Canada 1896 Berry, Wm. C, Virginia 1888 Brook, Geo. G. F., California. .1896 

Armstrong Robt. E., Iowa.... 1900 Berry, John R., Virginia 1890 Brookes, S. O., Virginia 1896 

Arnold, F. L., Rhode Island.. 1893 Berryhill, A. M., North Car... 1907 Brooker, P. DuB., South Car.. 1899 

Arnold, Jos. P., Texas 1900 Beville, Alex. J.. Texas 1892 Brooks, Archie C. New York. .1904 

Arthur, Walter C, Penna 1895 Bibeau, R. A., Massachusetts. . 1914 Bross, A. A., Connecticut. .. .1914 

Asbill, F. G., South Carolina. . 1892 Bigham, Jas. B., South Car... 1884 Brotherton, Sam. S., Iowa.... 1891 

Ashbrook. Wm. B., Penna 1895 Binder, Harry W.. Maryland .. 1912 Brown, Claude D., Virginia. .. 1885 

Askins, F. B., New York.... 1914 Bird, Wm. Russell, New York. 1915 Browne, Wilbur F., Maine. .. .1899 

Atchison, H. W., West Va 1908 Birdsall, Chas. C, New York.. 1901 Brown, Fred. H., Vermont. .. 1898 

Austin, Aug. L., West Va 1901 Bishop, C. H.. New York.... 1896 Brown, M. M., Mississippi 1899 

Austin, N. E., New York 1910 Bishop Chas. G., New York... 1902 Brown, Wm. S., Jr., S. Car... 1890 

Aven, Chas. G., Virginia 1889 Bixby, Clarence E., Vermont. . 1913 Brown, Wm. S. f Maryland. ... 1899 

Avery, S. De L., South Car 1893 Black, John A., New Jersey.. 1912 Brown, John F., Maryland 1900 

Ayer, J. M., North Carolina. . 1890 Black, Thos., Jr., South Car... 1913 Brown, John H., Ohio 1884 

Ayers, Charles E., Penna 1897 Blackiston, T. C, West Va...l888 Brown, A. Stanley, Maryland. .1905 

Bachman, A. M. C, Maryland. 1901 Blackwelder, L. D., Penna.. . .1895 Brown, Leroy D., Florida 1913 

Bachman, E. H., Maryland. .. 1909 Blackburn, Frank G., Penna... 1903 Brown, Lewis R., Arizona. .. .1905 

Baden, Frank A., Maryland. .. 1886 Blair, Jos. P., Virginia 1889 Brown, Samuel B., Maryland. . 1905 

Badger, Aug. P., Maryland. ... 1889 Blaisdell, H. W., New Hamp.,1910 Brown, H. N., Rhode Island.. 1910 

Baer, Benj. F., Penna 1888 Blakeslee, G. W., New York.. 1888 Brown, J. O., Pennsylvania. .. 1904 

Bagby, H. C, M. D., Calif. ... 1891 Blakeslee, F. E., New York... 1894 Browning, J. B., Rhode Isl...l900 

Bailey, M. A., South Car 1885 Blalock, Capers W., Florida. .. 1891 Bruce, Wm. W., West Va 1886 

Bailey, E. J., South Car 1889 Blanchard, P. H., Vermont. .. 1912 Bruce, George L., Maryland. . 1891 

Baker, Jos. Maben, Arkansas. .1887 Blatt, D. F., Maryland 1912 Bruce, Wallace B., Maryland. . 1910 

Baker, H. Clagett, West Va...l895 Blatt, Harry G., Maryland 1905 Bmgeille. Emile, France 1886 

Baker, Albert D., Maryland. .. 1897 Bliss, Barnet, Russia 1896 Brumberger, M., New York... 1915 

Baker, Jas. H., North Car 1899 Blauvelt, D. B., New York. . . .1887 Bucher, Jesse C, Virginia. . . .1900 

Baker, Wm. J., Penna 1896 Blubaugh, C. B., M.D., W.Va...l884 Buchannan, W. F., North O...1902 

Baker, Luther P., North Oar.. 1907 Bobbitt, A. M., North Car 1900 Buhrman, Roy A., Maryland. . 1909 

Baldwin, J. H., Kentucky .... 1883 Bodine, S. D., Penna 1897 Buhtz, Martin, Germany 1898 

Baldwin, D. H., Virginia. ... 1891 Bohnson, John C, Maine 1904 Buist, Charles A., So. Car.... 1915 

Banks, F. A., Michigan 1883 Bond, Wm. H., Georgia 1912 Burngerner, A. L., Penna 1895 

Banks, Robert H., Virginia. .. 1906 Bonney, Harold E., Virginia. . 1912 Bumgarner, Wm. D., Penna... 1903 

Barber, M. J., Canada 1903 Bonnoitt, L. W., Virginia 1911 Bunch, Gorge A., Jr., So. 0..1913 

Barbot, V. D., South Car 1889 Bookhart, T. W., South Car. ..1886 Bundy, W. C, Rhode Island.. 1914 

Barnard, Nathaniel, West Va... 1913 Boswell. Henry H., Maryland. 1884 Bunn, Percy Albert, Mass 1913 

Barnitz, Dabney G., Virginia. . 1892 Boswell, W. C, Jr., Maryland. . 1890 Burckhalter, G. W., Georgia. . 1901 

Barr, Fredk. A., Montana. ... 1891 Booth, John D., Canada 1891 Burfeind, Wm. M. H, Calif... 1894 

Barr, Wm. H., Canada 1893 Boozer, J. W., A.B., S. Car... 1891 Burd, W. S., Pennsylvania. .. 1892 

Barr, George W., Canada 1902 Boozer, J. Edwin, South Car.. .1893 Burgess, B. C, Connecticut. .. 1906 

Barras, J. D. B., New York. ..1900 Boozer, D. L., Jr. (B.S.), S.C., 1896 Burgess, J. H., South Car 1888 

Bartlett, Luis O., Cuba 1895 Bourdier, J. W., Louisiana. .. 1900 Burk, A. H., New Jersey 1912 

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Burke, A. S., Pennsylvania.. .1892 Cooke, Ernest J., Panama 1898 Dill, Arthur A., Canada 1906 

Burkhoider, M. O., Virginia. . 1888 Cooley, J. J., Massachusetts. . 1914 Dimock, VV. E., Canada 1905 

Burns, H. McK., Connecticut. . 1910 Cooper, W. 11., .North Car....lo9b Dinjian, Manoog D., Turkey.. 1888 

Burns, Win. B., Pennsylvania. . 1903 Cooper, Francis M., Missouri .. 1902 Dion, Jean B. W., Mass 1913 

Burroughs, E. Lee, Maryland. . 1898 Copp, George V., Virginia. ... 1884 Dobbin, Arthur li. Mew York. .1909 

Burrows, li., Connecticut 1911 Copp, Benj. P., Virginia 1895 Dobson, Fred. W., Canada. . . .1904 

Bush, VV. G., New York 1905 Copelaud, Jas. K., South Car. .1699 Dobson, Win. E., New York.. 1892 

Bush, Wiley L., Georgia 1900 Copelan, Moses C, Virginia. .. 1906 Dodson, E. H. (M.D.), Md. ...1889 

Bushong, John H., Virginia .. .1897 Copenhaver, E. M., Virginia. .. 1892 Dodson, li. Delarner, Penna. ..1883 

Burt, Samuel S., New York.. 1900 Cornell, Julius M., Conn 1909 Dommett, II. W., New York... 1894 

Burton, Hugh J., Maryland. .. 1907 Correoso, P. N., Jamaica 1902 Donnelly, J. G., New Jersey.. 1911 

Burton, G. A., Delaware 1906 Cottingham, W. J., South Car.. 1902 Dooley, Walter A., New York.. 1913 

Butler, Geo. N., Brazil 1908 Couret, J. S., Louisiana 1896. Dorchester, W. E., New York.. 1884 

Buttler, G., Jr., New Jersey.. 1884 Courtney, C. H., North Car. ..1908 Doremus, J. L., France 1892 

Butts, F. R., West Virginia. . 1902 Courtney, Wm. P., Conn 1911 Dorman, R. O., x>iew York.... 1904 

Byers, W. Bolivar, South Car. .1892 Covington, T. S. D., Jr., Va...l889 Dotterer, Thos., South Car 1894 

Byers, S. M., Pennsylvania. . .1893 Cramer, Abraham, Maryland. . 1907 Dorset, Wm. E., Virginia. ... 1885 

Byrd, Oscar Frank, Virginia. .1890 Craig, St. G. T., Kentucky .... 1890 Doud, Chas. F., New York...!l910 

Bryner, L. G., Pennsylvania. .1909 Creet, Wm. D., New York 1907 Douglass, H. E., New York 1887 

Cahill, W. D. Y„ Virginia. .. .1909 Criswell, J. Calvin, Penna.. . .1895 Douglass, R. W., West Va 1900 

Callaway, Chas. L., West Va...l908 Crowell, Fred. J., New H 1887 Douglass, E. G., New York... 1906 

Callaway, S. M., West Va....l910 Cross, T. A., West Virginia. .. 1888 Douglass, S. E., North Car.... 1907 

Cambo, Lucas Angel, Cuba... 1911 Crothers, Arthur B., Penna. ..1902 Downey, Geo. C, Mass 1910 

Cameron, M. D., New York... 1904 Crowe, Emory W., Maryland. .1904 Doyle, Bert E., New York.... 1904 

Camp, J. O., Connecticut. .. .1912 CrewB, Robert W., North C...1911 Dreher, Geo. 0., New Jersey.. 1910 

Campbell, Paul, New York. . . . 1888 Crumrine, Russell E., Penna. .1901 Dresael, Leonard, Maryland. .. 1900 

Campbell, Oscar J., Virginia. . 1886 Cuny, A. A. T. W., Germany. . 1889 Drummond, R. J., South Car.. 1910 

Campbell, H. Wood, Virginia. .1889 Curtis, J. W., New Jersey ... .1883 Duff, James L., Canada... 1897 

Campbell, Walter W., Mass 1910 Culliney, Miles M., Conn 1907 Duff, D. E., South Carolina. . 1902 

Caraballo, C. J., Phar.D.,Ouba, 1909 Cutchin, Rich. S., N. Car 1905 Dula, A. M., North Carolina. . 1905 

Carlisle, J. P., South Car 1885 Cutting, Almond J., Mass 1884 Dunn, M. S., Connecticut. ... 1914 

Carlton, J. W., North Oar 1899 Dailey, W. B. (B.Ph.), Ohio.. 1899 Dunn, H. McK.. Nebraska. .. 1900 

Carlton, J. DeL., North Car... 1904 Danforth, David C, Texas. .. .1915 Dunphy, G. A., Rhode Island.. 1914 

Carlton, F. D., North Car 1907 Daniel, Henry C, North Car... 1894 Dunne, Jos. H., Mass 1905 

Carpenter, B. J., New York.. 1898 Daniel, Samuel S., South Car.. 1888 Durling, A. D., Canada 1909 

Carpenter, Elbert C, New Yk..l913 Daly, Claude S., New York... 1898 Earle, Wm., South Carolina. . 1891 

Carriere, Joseph N., Mass 1902 Darden, Percy J., North Oar.. 1908 Earle, B. D., South Carolina. . 1894 

Carroll, Norwood G., North 0..1893 Dare, C. E., New Jersey 1904 Early, E. A., South Carolina. .1903 

Carroll, Willie S., Virginia 1902 Dashiell, E. B., Maryland 1883 Early, Jas. B., Virginia 1906 

Cassard, Stuart, Maryland. .. .1890 Daudelin, Jos. A., Mass 1909 Earman, J. S., Virginia 1900 

Carter, Sanford J.. Georgia. .. 1909 Davies, James Wm., Canada.. 1913 Easterday, C. M., Maryland. . 1902 

Carter, Eva C, Virginia. ... 1914 Davila, Jose A., Mexico 1915 Eastman, Howard, Maryland. . 1896 

Carter, Joseph W., Missouri. .. 1885 Davis, Isaac H., Maryland. ... 18«4 Eckenrode, H. M., Virginia. .. 1901 

Carter, Wm. J., Georgia 1895 Davis, L. Wilson, Maryland. .. 1888 Edgell, F. P., Maryland 1905 

Casey, Charles H., Rhode I... 1913 Davis, E. D., West Virginia. .. 1889 Edgers, Eben B., Vermont. . .1892 

Carvalho, J. C, Massachusetts.. 1914 Davis, Wray W., Virginia. .. .1890 Edwards, L. M., North Car... 1907 

Cavers, Wm. W., New York.. 1895 Davis, Henry W., Virginia. .. 1893 Edmonds, B. B., Virginia. .. .1909 

Chafee, Aug. H., South Car... 1886 Davis, W. L., California 1893 Eichholts, Robt. W., Penna. ..1892 

Chase, Henry E., Mass 1887 Davis, C. A., Wisconsin 1894 Eiker, J. T., District of Col... 1887 

Chamblin, John A., Florida. .. 1908 Davis, Daniel K., South Car... 1901 Elgin, J. Benj., Maryland. ... 1902 

Champagne, A. C, New York. .1908 Davis, Henry E., Virginia. . . .1904 Ellett, Chas. A., Virginia 1903 

Chapman, Halle F., Kansas. . .1898 Davis, Ernest Lee, Maryland. .1905 Ellington, R. H., North Car... 1912 

Charron, W. Arthur, Mass 1909 Davis, Horace M., Maryland. .1905 Elliott, Wm. K., Virginia 1901 

Charbonnel, E. A., Wash 1897 Davis, J. Vernon, North Car.. .1909 Ellis, Pearl L., Vermont 1889 

Chargin, Marcus, Russia 1896 Davis, Richard W., Georgia. . 1910 Ellis, John J., South Car 1896 

Cherry, H. A., New York 1905 Davis, H. (M.D.), Missouri. . 1889 Ellison, E. L., West Virginia. .1904 

Chew, Charles E., Maryland. .1904 Davidson, W. L., South Car... 1910 Ellison, Francis J., Maryland. . 1912 

Chessrown, F. Wayne, Penna.. 1891 Davenport, A., North Carolina. 1910 Emerson, Jos. G., Brazil 1886 

Chisholm, John J., Alabama.. . 1887 DawBon, E. B., New York.... 1898 Emerson, L. T., Brazil 1890 

Chisholm, Jas. C, Alabama. .. 1894 Dawson, Roy B., West. Va 1912 Engelskircher, E. M., New H..1900 

Chisholm, Wm. W., Georgia. .. 1901 Dean, J. W„ West Virginia. .1888 Epes, Travis F., Virginia 1907 

Cion, Benj. B., New York 1904 Dean, S. P., Maryland 1900 Etchison, Bates, Maryland 1905 

Claggett, Thos. J., Maryland. . 1911 Dean, Geo. F., West Virginia. . 1905 Etheredge, E. J., South Car.. 1896 

Clark, M. H. Pettway, N. C...1891 DeConti, A., Rhode Island. ... 1910 Evans, R. D., South Wales... 1884 

Clark, Eugene F., New York.. 1898 Deekens, W. F., Virginia 1892 Evans, E. T., Illinois 1900 

Clark, W. H.. New Hamp 1912 Deekens, A. V., Maryland 1898 Everhart, D. G., Maryland. .. 1910 

Cline, F. J., Virginia 1899 Demms, J. H., Jr., Maryland. . 1892 Ewald, Will H., Virginia 1891 

Cobean, George C, Penna 1902 Deichman, Geo. L., Maryland. .1891 Ewig, Louis, Switzerland. .. .1892 

Cocco, S. A., Dominican Rep.. 1914 DeFernelmont, E., Belgium. .. 1903 Ewing, Jas. E., Nebraska 1901 

Cockrill, Robt. B., Montana. .. 1896 Degenring, A., New Jersey. ... 1904 Eyler, Clayton C, Penna 1898 

Cochrane, Oran L., California. 1905 Degnan, Wm. M., Conn 1907 Fahrney, W. B., Virginia. ... 1898 

Coffman, Clifton S., West Va. .1906 de Jonghy Jordan, Juan J., Cuba.1913 Fajardo, A., Cuba 1914 

Collins, Wm. H., Virginia. .. .1890 Delarner, D. R., Penna 1883 Fajardo, H. A. I., Cuba 1910 

Collins, C. E., Maryland 1897 Delaney, L. W., New Jersey. .1912 Falcao, A. deA., Brazil 1910 

Colvin, Ronald B., Penna. ... 1902 Dennis, Wm. W., Georgia. ... 1892 Falls, P. R., North Carolina. . 1899 

Colvin, Daniel C, Penna 1906 Dennis, G. E., North Car 1905 Farinholt, Leroy W., Virginia. 1898 

Combs, Robert L., Texas 1896 Denton, N. W., Virginia 1883 Farley, A. Paul, Connecticut. . 1897 

Combs, Warren S. P., Dela 1906 De Pass, A. R., South Car... 1902 Farmer, Wm. W., Virginia. .. 1893 

Comegys, Thos. M., Tenn 1885 De Pass, S. C, Jamaica 1902 Farnsworth, A. W., Vermont. .1900 

Comegys, John M., Tenn 1884 Dial, Richard T., South Car. ..1905 Farr, James Wm., Conn 1915 

Conger, LeRoy J., Canada. ... 1898 Diaz, A. L. C, Porto Rico. .. .1910 Farrell, Roscoe M., North 0...1913 

Conklin, F. G., New York 1883 Diehl, John S., Penna 1886 Farris, C. Dixie, Georgia 1892 

Connally, W. F., Georgia 1896 Diehl, Ervin J., Penna 1903 Faucette, J. W., North Car... 1897 

Connor, Wm. H., New Jersey. .1891 Diddle, John H., West Va 1892 Faulkner, Geo. McC, Penna.. 1887 

Conrad, T. E., Louisiana 1900 Dieffenderfer, Wm. E. (M.D.), Feamster, J. H., West Va 1903 

Conyers, W. T., Bermuda 1903 District of Columbia 1888 Feild, Wm. M., Virginia 1891 

Cooke, Frank J., Texas 1885 Diffenderfer, S. D., Penna 1894 Feldmeyer, Geo. T., Maryland. 1888 

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Feldstein, S. M . (M.D.),N.Y..1911 Georgion, Arsenius, Turkey. . .1907 Harkinson, F. R, California 1898 

Feker Charles, New York.... 1890 Getchel, J. L., Maryland. .... 1901 Harmon 6 J New Hamn 1892 

Fehx, Achilles F Mass 1903 Getz, Albert &, Maryland. .. .1913 girder? Chas tu, Virg*n? a P " 'III! 

Felix, Arthur M., Mass 1904 Gibbs, W. D., North Car. 1914 Harner Ad^Urd T \rf«« fftoa 

Ferguson, W. 0. Y Canada.. 1887 Gieseler, Wilbert 3., WesV VV. . 1910 ISS C« 1*0?. North^CaY. ! ! 1910 

Fillmore, W. A. California. . 1899 Gifford, C. B., New York 1906 Harrington A A New York 1910 

Filter, Claus H., Germany ... 1884 Gilbert, Geo. C, New Jersey.. 1901 H^rrowe , J . w7v£SiJ".'iSo7 

Fenn Henry J New York. . 1890 Gilder, J. K., Jr., South Car... 1906 Harrower A. D . S , Virginia 1911 

Finch, H. M., Connecticut. 1911 G kinson, Albert W., Ohio.... 1901 Harris, Jas. E., Maryland 1884 

Finnegan, Eugene, New York. 1897 Gill, Edwin J., North Car.... 1892 Harris Edwin L Mass lfl«7 

Flsn 7 * Wm gar L A *£*Z!S5 * ' * list g^* Ph ^ P t ^ Maine : : : : "" HS£ He™ t, vUginia ! \ ! 1891 

Fish Wm. L., New Jersey. . .1889 Gi more W. G., New York... 1902 Harris, T. A., Missouri 1900 

Fischer, G. J. U., Jr., N. J 1901 Gilroy, Lawrence E., Canada.. 1902 Harris Asa I Vireinia 1899 

Fitch, Perry M., New York. . .1903 Glasscock, Eli H., Missouri 1892 Harf, Marion Y., Vi?g°n*a.' '. .' ^89? 
Fitzgerad, Edward J Maine. 1913 Glatfelter Harvey E., Penna.,1890 Hartman* Dennis R Penna. , , Alll 
Fizgerald J E Maryland. . .1888 G eason, Geo. R., Florida. ... 1904 Hartman, Curtis LeR., Penna., 1897 

Fitzpatnck, H E New H....1912 Gluckman, S. H., New Jersey, 1911 Hartnett, Wm. J., Conn 1894 

Fleishman Joel, Rhode Isl....l913 Goebreicher, David, Maryland, 1889 Harty, E. Allen, Jamaica. .. .1908 
Fleming, Milton S., Louisiana. 1893 Goldberg, E H., Maryland. .. 1894 Harvey, Hunter E., Virginia. .1913 
Fleming J. M., Jr., N Car... 1895 Go dberg Edwin L., Penna... 1913 Hataling, Geo. W., New York.. 1883 

Flood, John A New Hamp...l904 Golden, Frank A., Conn 1904 Hartwi|, Chas. W., Maryland. 1886 

Flood, P. H. A New Hamp..l906 Goldstrom, L., Maryland 1914 Hawley, H. G., New York.... 1899 

Flook, Dawson Y Maryland 1912 Gordy, Arthur P., Georgia. .. .1897 Hawley, Geo. M., Vermont. .. .1901 

Flowers Henry H Maryland. 1910 Gorgas, H. F., Maryland 1891 Hawes, Ivey Lee, North Car.. 1906 

Flynn, Wm. E Rhode Island. .1913 Gou d, W. Gordon, Conn 1897 Hays, Pleasant S., Ohio 1898 

Flynn, Frank H., Maine. ... .1910 Gould, Horace L., Maine 1903 Hayes, E. P., Penna 1889 

Fmdon, John W , Maryland. .1905 Gough, Albert H., Delaware. .1903 Hayes, Will W., Penna 1891 

Findon, Joseph H., Maryland.. 1905 Goyco, R. G., Porto Rico 1914 Hayes, Chas. F., Mass 1909 

Foard, Arthur C. Maryland. .. 1912 Graft, W. J., New Jersey 1910 Hayden, John F., Penna 1902 

Foley, H. J., Massachusetts. . 1914 Graham Fredk. R., Canada. .. 1905 Healey, P. T., New York 1905 

Foley, Thos. A., Connecticut. .1908 Graham, Chas. C, Texas 1890 Healey, D. E., New York 1911 

Folsom Henry A. Vermont.. 1911 Grant, Wm. W., Md 1909 Healey, J. F., New York 1912 

Foote, Nathan E., New York.. 1884 Graves, J. Wm., Missouri 1890 Heatwole, T. O., Virginia 1895 

Foote, N. F., New York 1897 Gravel, Arthur H., Mass 1909 Hebbel, Chas. W., Maryland. .1885 

Foreman John McC., Penna... 1897 Gray, Wm. F., Virginia 1887 Hebert, Arthur H., Mass 1915 

Ford, S. C., North Carolina... 1907 Gray, Bennett, Maryland 1908 Hecker, Anton J., Germany. . .1887 

Fording, Charles E., Ohio 1898 Greenawalt, A. H.(D.D.S.),Pa. 1886 Heermans, W. S. H., Jr., N.Y., 1911 

Fording James D., Ohio . 1903 Green, Walter E., Maryland. .1904 Hege, Harvey R., North Car.. 1913 

Foster, A. S South Carolina.. 1902 Greene, E. S., Jr., Virginia. . .1906 Hegner, J. S., Switzerland. .. .1895 

Foster, H. K„ North Car 1914 Greene, E., North Carolina. . .1907 Heisler, Charles F., Penna.. .. 1897 

Foster, MS., Maryland .. .1904 Greene, Howard C, Conn.... 1911 Heuisler, J. G., Maryland 1889 

Foster Ethan W, South Car.. 1905 Greenberg, J. A., Maryalnd. . .1913 Heffelbower, J. E. M., Texas.. 1894 

Fountleroy, T. T., Virgmm. . . .1899 Greenough, J. M., Jamaica. .. 1896 Helm, John W., Maryland 1885 

Fournier, Jos., Jr., New York.. 1885 Gregoire, O. E., Rhode Island, 1898 Helms, L. W., New York 1905 

Fox, Lawrence S., North Car.. 1892 Grempler, G. J., Maryland. . ..1883 Henderson, H. C, No. Car... 1895 

Frank George W, Mass.. 1906 Grempler, H. T., Maryland. .. 1912 Henneberger, L. P., Penna... 1911 

Franklin Robt. A Georgia. .. 1900 Grieves, C. J., Maryland 1888 Henry, Robt. Lee, Georgia. .. .1897 

Frantz, Christian G, Penna.. .1887 Grom, Jos. B., New Jersey. . .1898 Herbin, Wm. H., North Car.. 1913 

Frantz, Henry Illinois. ...... 1896 Grom, Fredk. S., New Jersey. . 1900 Herman, Benj. F., Conn 1911 

Frederick, J. H., Maryland. . .1914 Groshans, Ferd., Maryland 1885 Heronemus, J. E., Maryland. .1907 

Free Harry A^, Penna 1889 Gross, B., Connecticut 1914 Herr, Frank T., Maryland 1912 

Freed, Alex., Russia. ...... .1902 Grove, J. Wm., Penna 1891 Herr, John M., Penna 1909 

Freeman, Harold W., Illinois. .1898 Grove, Herbert D., Virginia. .1902 Herbert J. E., West Virginia. .1908 

Freeman, H A., Maryland. . .1907 Groves, M., South Carolina. .1914 Hess, Lewis E., Maryland 1892 

Freiberger, Leo, Austria 1911 Grunberg, A., Roumania 1898 Hewett, Vinton L., Indiana. . .1908 

Friedland, E. J., Russia. ... .1896 Guard, B. A., Virginia 1914 Hickey, Theron J., Penna.. . .1913 

Freisch ag, C P., New York. .1906 Guerra, M. G., Massachusetts. . 1914 Hicks, H. W., Mass 1909 

Freischlag, Edward, New Y...1913 Haas, Jos. A., New York 1889 Hicks, Robt. L., South Car... 1912 

Frew, Athol Lee, New York. .1905 Hachman, E., Maryland 1914 High, Daniel P., North Car... 1911 

Fr.th, A. H., Bermuda 1897 H a g ue> Geo. H., New Jersey.. 1905 Highkin, D. S., Maryland. .. .1914 

K^JSSTV 1 * ftSfl.'Vi^'JSSS § a ?* Fra ^ k ^ N » New York... 1890 Hildebrand, G. O., Virginia. .1905 

Funderburk J. K, South Car 1908 Hajnes W - Oakley, Maryland. 1891 Hill, Chas. R., Australia 1885 

Furman, Chas L New York 1886 gair, Harrison B., South Car.. 1901 Hill George E., Maine 1905 

£ JS™ iiw LvSl" S S* * N t%' Rhode Isl^d.... 1905 Hill Erneft B. West Va 1902 

lJ$l t kSKf ^"^r7hT^r 1??? §* er ' fe ke ^ Vir ^ ni » 18vl Hills, Reuben B., Mass 1889 

GaddyRisdenB North Car.. 1911 Haller, Wm. H., Virginia. ... 1896 Himmler, Chas. W., Maryland. 1900 

Ga agher, R T North Oar.. 1898 Ham et, J. M., Virginia 1888 Hines, P. Edmond, No. Car.. . .1888 

Gallup Frank C., Conn 1884 Hamilton, E. C, Virginia 1898 Hines, Wm. E„ North Car.... 1908 

Gamard, E. A., Louisiana 1899 Hamilton, W. T. F., So. Oar... 1901 Hiney, Geo. H., Conn 1906 

Gambill, JR. Virginia 1909 Hamilton, S. J., New York... 1911 Hirsch Sandal, New York 1908 

Ganzburg, Abraham Mass 1909 Hamlin, Jos. J., North Car... 1912 Hiscox, Vernon, Connecticut. .1896 

Gansburg, Isaac I., Conn 1912 Halpern, S., New York 1900 Hoag, David E., New York 1895 

Garbrecht, H., Gormany. 1887 Hammet, B. J., South Car 1914 Hodge, S. Dwight, Vermont. . .1884 

Gardner, John, Maryland. .... 1897 Hammond, W. F., New York.. 1899 Hoffman, John H.. Virginia. . .1886 

Gardner, Henry S, West Va..l909 Hammond, F. E., New York.. 1899 Hoffman, J. H., Maryland 1891 

Garland, W. S., New Hamp.. 1907 Hammond, C. Wm., Penna.. .. 1900 Hoffman, John G., Virginia. . .1897 
Garneau, Peter A., Mass. .... 1906 Hamer, J. H., Jr., South Car.. 1903 Hoffman, W. C. B., No. Oar... 1899 

Garrett, John F. North Car.. 1883 Hamrick, C. T., North Car... 1910 Hoffman, S. B., Maryland 1908 

Garrison, Ernest C., Virginia. . 1903 Hand, Wm. L., North Car.... 1905 Hoffman, A. J., New Jersey.. 1911 

Gartrell, Julian, Maryland 1888 Hankin, W. E., New York 1899 Hoffman, Thos. H., Penna 1912 

Gasque, Elly A., South Car... 1886 Harban, L. Lee, Maryland. .. 1887 Holbrook, E. G., Maryland 1900 

Garzouzi, Edward, Egypt 1907 Harbaugh, D. L., Penna 1914 Holland, Wm. H., So. Car.... 1889 

Gayle John H., Louisiana 1904 Hardesty, Geo. N., Virginia. . .1898 Holland, A. B., North Car 1901 

Gee, H Eugene, South Car... 1894 Hargrove, Geo. H., So. Car... 1892 Holland, L. 0., Virginia 1904 

Geiser, John S., Penna. ...... 1895 Hargrove, M. L., North Car... 1908 Holliday, R. F., No. Car 1905 

George, C. Chanler, Illinois. . 1894 Hargrove, S. J., Jr., Georgia. .1911 Hollinger, David G., Penna... 1899 
George, Marwood S., Canada. .1904 Harl«y, R. L., South Car.... 1890 Holmes, Chas. D., Jr., Texas. . 1898 

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Holmes, M. C, Maryland. .. .1914 Kean, Jas. L., Virginia 1887 Littlejohn, T. F., South Car. ..1904 

Holt, Charles K., New York.. 1888 Keepers, John A., Penna 1888 Lloyd, Wm. L., Maryland 1912 

Holt, James W., Massa 1913 Kefauver, Noel E., Maryland. .1903 Loeschcke, J. C., Germany ... 1891 

Honick, Henry, Maryland. .. .1915 Keighley, J. F. M., Rhode Isl.. 1912 Loewenson, Albert S., Md....l915 

Hoodner, Francis A., Penna... 1903 Keister, J. Brown, Virginia. .. 1901 Logan, Wm. L., Georgia 1899 

Hoopes, Samuel W., Maryland. 1887 Kehoe, Frank P., Georgia. ... 1906 Long, Bert R., North Car 1905 

Hopkins, Wm. D., Maryland. .1896 Keller, H. E., New Jersey. .. 1914 Long, W. A., Florida 1906 

Hopkins, J. S., Maryland 1905 Keller Wm. L., Maryland 1910 Long, Samuel M., Georgia. ... 1909 

Hopkins, E. H., North Car 1909 Kelly, Ralph H., West Va 1908 Long, Carter I., West Va 1911 

Horton, H. V., North Car 1887 Kenna, Fredk. L., New Jersey. 1912 Loomis, Harold J., New York 1915 

Horton, Phineas E., No. Car.. .1884 Kennedy, Walter S., New Yk..l912 Loucks, R. E., Canada 1893 

Horton, S. Robt., North Car.. 1905 Kenney, Jas. J., New York... 1905 Lowman, Geo. M., West Va 1909 

Hosack, A. H., West Va 1903 Kernodle, John F., No. Car... 1907 Lowell, Wm. H., Penna 1886 

Hotchkiss, J. Wm., Conn 1905 Kibler, R. Dallas, Virginia. .. 1884 Lower, S. Elliott, Penna 1902 

Houghland, U. S., Indiana. .. .1885 Kibler, Wm. L., South Car 1913 Loving, Chas. T., Texas 1887 

Hourihane, Michael, Virginia. . 1887 Killingsworth, W. S., So. Car. .1884 Luke, John L., Virginia 1890 

Houston, D. T. B., New Jer...l912 King, Wm. A., Canada 1890 Lumsden, Frank H, Maryland. 1886 

Howard, Chas. W., New H...1891 King, James M., Canada 1892 Lussier, Noel J., Rhode Isl... 1901 

Howie, Eugene B., No. Car. ..1908 King, Marion N., Virginia. .. .1897 Lynaugh, Edward A., Mass. ..1915 

Howland, C. H., Dist. of Col.. 1885 King, Jas. G., Virginia 1899 Lynch, Louis M., Georgia. ... 1899 

Howlett, A. Hersey, Penna.. . .1885 King, Henry A., New York... 1900 Lynch, Chas. G., New York... 1902 

Hoy, J., Massachusetts 1914 King, Harry C, Maryland. . .1913 Lynch, Paul, Mass 1907 

Hubley, Chas. P., New York.. 1888 King, J. Milton, Conn 1906 Lynch, A. F., Rhode Island. .. 1911 

Hucks, H. M., South Car 1902 Kinum, Alfred G., New York.. 1913 Lyndon, George H., Ohio.... 1895 

Huffman, A. H., West Va 1894 Kirschner, Geo. E., Penna. ... 1912 Lyons, Wm. A., West Va 1907 

Huffman, Andrew, West Va. ..1896 Kloeber, John S., Virginia. .. 1885 McAdams, John C, West Va...l902 

Hughes, Harry C, Maryland. .1901 Knef, Jos. P. P., New Jersey. .1903 McAndrew, M., Canada 1898 

Hughes, R. L., Maryland 1906 Koelz, Wm. J., West Virginia. .1904 McCall, S. H., North Carolina. 1907 

Hubbard, N. Robert, Penna... 1890 Koerner, J. Fred., Maryland. .1904 McCann, D. Bernard, Canada. 1900 

Huggins, G. Allen, So. Car 1886 Kohly, Alfred J., Cuba 1899 McCann, John J., New York. .1905 

Hull, Chas. R.. New York.... 1909 Koontz, Clinton M., Maryland. 1898 McCardell, W. 8., Maryland. .1904 

Humberg, Fredk C, Maryland. 1892 Kosminsky, A. J., Texas 1909 McClees, J. S., Maryland 1901 

Hundley, Peyton, Virginia. .. .1885 Krieger, Emanuel, Maryland.. .1913 McClelland, C. S., Penna 1902 

Hungerford, R. A., Maryland. .1883 Kritchevsky, B., Russia 1895 McCluer, Frank W., Virginia. .1905 

Hunter, Wm. P., Virginia. .. .1913 Kuhnen, Herbert, Germany. .. 1904 McClung, John A., Virginia. . .1912 

Huntsberry, A. V., Maryland. .1890 Kuich, Wm. H., Penna 1895 McClung, Jos. L., West Va.. . .1905 

Hurlock, W. Spry, Maryland. .1890 Kumle, L., Jr., California. .. .1903 McColl, Samuel, Canada 1887 

Hussong, Roger L., New York, 1904 Kurtz, Cyrus, Penna 1899 McComb, Virgil J., Missouri. .1891 

Hutchins, E. B., Virginia 1906 Lacy, H. B., Virginia 1914 McConachie, A. D., Canada. .. 1888 

Hutchison, H. B., Virginia. .. 1892 Lacy, Wm. P., Virginia 1894 McConnell, D. E., South Car.. 1897 

Hutchinson, 0. L., Virginia. . .1909 Ladson, Chas. J., Dist. of Col.. 1884 McConnell, E. V., Georgia. .. .1899 

Hyde, A. N., New Jersey 1899 Lamb, John P., North Car 1905 McCormick, Jas. J., New York, 1901 

Hyde, C. E., West Virginia. . .1914 Lamb, J. R., New York 1914 McCutchen, W. L., South Car.. 1903 

Hylton, Wm. G., Virginia. .. .1913 Landis, Phares L., Penna 1910 McDivit, Harry N., Maryland. 1901 

Ide, Burt B., New York 1902 Larimer, Alex. P., Penna 1909 McDonald, Otis H., Georgia. . .1890 

Ide, Ira C, New York 1903 Lariviere, Edouard J., Mass... 1915 McDonald, J. M., N. Zealand. .1897 

Ihrie, John H., No. Carolina. . 1895 LaRue, Antonio S., Conn. ...1896 McDonald, T. N., New York.. 1909 

Igel, Herman, Germany 1899 Lasch, H., Connecticut 1914 McDowell, C. H., North Car.. .1884 

Irvine, Samuel J., Texas 1895 Lasley, Frank A., North Car... 1908 McFadden, Thos. W., Penna. ..1898 

Jackman, Robt. W., New York. 1908 Law, Edwin A., Florida 1901 McFadden, M. J., South Car.. .1905 

Jackson, S. G„ Canada 1903 Law, E. Mclvor, Florida 1903 McFarlane, Frank G., Canada. 1904 

Jackson, Robt. W., Georgia. .. 1900 Lawrence, E. N., North Car... 1909 McGee, W. Glenn, South Car.. 1892 

Jaenicke, Max, Germany 1887 Leahy, John D., New Hamp...l910 McGinn, Jas. H., South Car... 1910 

Jaenicke, Paul, Germany 1887 Lee, Robert E., South Car 1888 McGirt, Wattie B., So. Car... 1883 

Jamieson, I. W., No. Car 1902 Lee, E. Gordon, North Car 1907 McGuire, Geo. A., Canada. .. .1892 

Jarrett, Atwell T., Virginia. .. 1883 LeCron, D. O. M., Iowa 1890 McHarg, Robt. J., Canada 1892 

Jefferson, Benj. L., Georgia. . .1892 LeCron, Norman F., Md 1913 Mcllvain, J. M., Maryland. . .1892 

Jefferson, Albert, Georgia 1909 LeDuke, Geo. W., Mass 1883 Mclntire, Walter R., Conn 1905 

Jefferson, Hamilton, Georgia. .1912 LeFevre, C. Rogers, Maryland. 1892 Mcintosh, Wm. E., South Car.. .1913 

Jenkins, LeRoy D., Georgia. . .1903 Leib, Harry C, Maryland 1904 Mclntyre, Heath, Canada 1915 

Jenkins, E. J., Maryland 1905 Leininger, J. J., New York.. 1914 Mclver, DeWitt C, No. Car... 1899 

Jenkins, J. V., Virginia 1905 Lemley, C. E., Virginia 1884 McKey, Winston C, Georgia. .1910 

Jenkins, W. T., West Va 1914 Leonard, C. W., New Jersey.. 1898 McKeever, A. N., West Va 1895 

Jernigan, Geo. F., Texas 1895 Leonard, B. F. (M.D.), N. J. . .1900 McKee, Fredk. C, Canada. . .1898 

Jenkins, Oliver L., Maryland. .1913 Lepine, A. H., Massachusetts. .1914 McKelvey, Clyde M.. Penna... 1891 

Jeter, Ireneus, South Car 1888 Leslie, Geo. S., New York.... 1906 McKeown, Lois E., No. Car... 1915 

Johnson, Silas J., Virginia. . .1892 Lester, Bliss A., Canada 1905 McKinnon, John W., Penna. ..1889 

Johnson, John N. North Car.. .1899 Levenson, J., Maryland 1914 McLaughlin, Thos. J., So. Car. .1888 

Johnson, Francis M., No. Car. .1901 Levy, David A., Maryland. .. .1905 McLaughlin, Chas. E., Canada. 1903 

Johnson, H. Kneece, No. Car.. 1909 Lewers, D. Brown, England. .. 1903 McLaughlin, H. H., Penna.. . .1905 

Johnston, Geo. S., Canada. .. .1899 Lewis, H. F., New Hamp 1914 McLeod, Wm. R.. South Car... 1899 

Johnston, S. B., Virginia 1911 Lewis, Jacob W., Maryland. . .1915 McLean, Henry M., No. Car. ..1915 

Jones, Edward T., Virginia. . .1891 Lewis, Wm. E., Florida 1884 MacLeod, T. David, Canada. .. 1896 

Jones, Clarence L., Ohio 1896 Lewis, Thos. S., Penna 1898 McMinn, Wm. J., North Car.. .1896 

Jones, Arthur B., Bermuda. .. 1899 Lewis, Wm. J., New York.... 1907 McMurray, Leroy, South Car.. 1913 

Jones, C. 0., Louisana 1903 Lightner, Harry A., Penna.. . .1900 McNeal, Jas. E., Maryland. .. 1890 

Jones, Beverly, West Virginia. 1904 Lightner, Walter S., Penna... 1907 McNulty, Wm. F., Maryland. . 1904 

Jones, Ernest J., Conn 1904 Lindsay, Wm. S., South Car.. 1894 McNutt, C. Howard, Canada. .1897 

Jordan, B. Arthur, California.. 1892 Lindsay, H. B., (A.B.),S. C..1896 McQuown, Robt. T., Virginia. .1885 

Jordan, J. R. (Ph.G.), Georgia. 1909 Lindsey, Charles T., Virginia. .1883 McQuown, Wm. P., Virginia. .1885 

Josselyn, Eli E. (M.D.), Can. .1885 Lineweaver, W. T., Virginia. . 1899 McVane, Arthur R., Maine... 1905 

Judd, John H., North Car 1898 Lind, Oscar M., Maryland. ... 1905 Macgill, L. T., Jr., Maryland. .1886 

Judd, Jesse E., North Car.... 1898 Link, Chas. W., West Va 1895 Maguire, Wm. E., Mass 1902 

Jureidini, G. K., Egypt 1911 Linscott, Albert F., Ohio 1900 Macomber, J. C, Penna 1892 

Justice, M. L. (M.D.), No. C..1911 Linscott, Geo. E., Ohio 1902 Maddox, H. Webb, Virginia. .. 1901 

Justiz, Alfredo E., Cuba 1911 Linthicum, T. S., Maryland. .1900 Maddux, Nathan P., Virginia. .1909 

Kahn, Edmund, Maryland 1904 Lisbona, M. R„ New York 1903 Mainz, L. C, New York 1913 

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Mallott, Job B., Penna 1884 Morrison, R. J., North Car 1904 Payne, Clyde S., California.. .1892 

Maloney, Daniel T., Conn 1897 Morton, Robert W., Penna 1897 Payne, P. P., Maryland 1914 

Mandigo, J. S., New York.... 1909 Moscovitz, S. B., New York.. 1899 Peacock, D. Lee, Georgia. .. .1898 

Mangold, M. W., New Jersey. .1909 Moseley, Wirt H., Virginia. .. .1897 Pearson, Paul L., North Car.. 1910 

Mann, Geo. C, Virginia 1905 Mott, Carlton B., North Car... 1903 Pierson, Jas. H., Virginia. .. .1902 

Mann, B. F., Maine 1900 Mowel, Austin H. f New York. 1896 Peavy, Daniel B., Texas 1900 

Mann, L. H., North Car 1903 Mowel, Abram V., New York.. 1897 Peloquin, Hector L., Mass 1910 

Mann, I. Mitchell, North Car.. 1904 Moyse, Ellis F., Canada 1905 Pendexter, Thos. M., Mass. ...1909 

Mann, Herbert L., No. Car 1907 Muir, R. Murray, Canada. ... 1897 Pegram, Louis J., North Oar.. 1908 

Manning, H. A., Mass 1903 Muller, G. W., Germany 1888 Pemberton, B. M., Virginia. .. 1912 

Mansir, Jos. M., Maine 1912 Mullen, T. F., New Hamp 1906 Penuel, A. Lee, Maryland. ... 1883 

Mapkis, B. Frank, Virginia. .. 1883 Mullin, R. B. (M.D.), Neb 1905 Perdue, Charles H., Georgia. .1896 

Mara, C. W., Connecticut 1914 Murphy, W. N., Texas 1887 Perkins, Capers D., Georgia. .1885 

March, Harter W., Ohio 1894 Myers, C. G., New York 1890 Perrin, Geo. H., Canada 1890 

Marchant, J. H., Virginia 1890 Myers, J. S., Maryland .1901 Perrin, Wm. H., South Car... 1907 

Markert, F. J., Florida 1907 Myers, J. Edgar, Maryland 1901 Petty, Raiman, New York 1899 

Markley, Edgar H., Penna 1895 Myers, Thos. R., Maryland 1903 Phelan, H. T., Rhode Island.. 1914 

Marks, Milton, New York 1904 Myers, Walter D., Virginia. .. 1906 Pheneger, Henry N., Penna... 1897 

Marler, J. G., North Car 1901 Naille, Irvin T., Penna 1903 Phifer, A. Glenn, North Car.. 1908 

Marshall, Fredk. J., Conn 1913 Naso, Otto, Canada 1905 Phillips, S. L., Maryland 1884 

Marshall, S. K., Maryland 1888 Neckerman, Edwin C, Penna.. 1906 Phillips, Harry H., Penna 1887 

Marshall, Thos. R., Virginia. . .1892 Neill, John H., New York 1887 Phillips, Geo. A., Maine 1908 

Marshall, S. O., Kentucky 1899 Neiinan, Eli H., Penna 1883 Phillips, E. F., Jamaica 1909 

Martin, A. E., New Jersey. . . .1912 Neiman, R. S., Penna 1908 Pierce, James W., Georgia. . . .1896 

Martin, E. A. (L.D.S.), Can.. 1891 Neistadt, S. M., Md 1910 Pierce, Geo. Wm., Georgia 1901 

Martin, Chesley, Virginia 1897 Nelson, G. F. (M.D.), Md 1888 Piche, Alfred J., Vermont. ... 1904 

Martin, T. F., New Jersey 1900 Newbury, J. H., North Car 1902 Pickett, James E., Ohio 1901 

Martin, Henry, Conn 1911 Newell, Fred. R., Vermont. ... 1903 Pieper, H. J., New York 1914 

Massey, J. W., Virginia 1901 Newman, Roy R., New York.. 1913 Piper, Jesse Ralph, Penna. ... 1908 

Mathieu, A. H., Maryland. ... 1892 Newton, Harry D., Penna 1915 Pirkey, Frank Zea, California. 1889 

Matt, Oscar, New York 1891 Nichols, H. Janney, Virginia. .1892 Pitts, James W., South Car... 1899 

Matthews, A., North Carolina.. 1885 Nichols, W. H., New Hamp... 1898 Pitts, Henry Clay, North Car.. 1885 

Matthews, Chas. A., Indiana. .1894 Nicholson, O. H., Canada. ... 1893 Planells, Oscar A., Cuba 1913 

Matthews, Chas. F., California. 1895 Nicodemus, R. C, Maryland. . 1897 Pleasants, W. A., Virginia 1886 

Matthews, Clyde V., Maryland. 1902 Niedentohl, N. L., Maryland. . 1913 Pletcher, D. Irvel, Ohio 1898 

Meador, W. M. (M.D.), So. C..1887 Nigolosian, S. L., Asia Minor. 1889 Plumlev, Chas. W., West Va..l902 

Meador, Jas. R., North Car... 1906 Nisbet, T. P., South Carolina. 1911 Poist, Wm. B., Dist. of Col... 1891 

Mendelsohn, A., Maryland. . . .1914 Nordin, Ellis, Maryland 1909 Pond, Wm. R., Vermont 1899 

Mendez, S. A., Jamaica 1909 Norfleet, Robt. G., Virginia. .. 1897 Posey, Thos. L., Kentucky 1897 

Merrill, C. W., Rhode Island.. 1912 Noonan, Harry J., Maine 1908 Posey, Aubrey A., Maryland. . 1903 

Metz, Jos. F., Maryland 1909 Norris, S. P., North Carolina. .1897 Pou-Gomez, C. R., Porto Rico.. 1915 

Meyer, Thos. P., Penna 1890 Norton, Oakley W., New York. 1900 Prather, Wm. E., North Car.. 1891 

Meyerson, M. I. (Ph. G.),N.Y., 1909 Norwood, W. Mel., South Car.. 1885 Pratt, C. B., Jr., North Car... 1913 

Mezger, Chas. (Ph.G.), Md...l890 Oberdick, H. G. A., Penna. ... 1900 Preston, Stephen, Virginia. ... 1900 

Milbourne, L. B., Maryland. .. 1894 O'Brien, Edw. Jos., Mass 1913 Pressley, Wm. A., North Car.. 1890 

Michel, P. A., Louisiana 1898 O'Brien, Robt. P., Texas 1904 Price, Warren, Maryland 1899 

Miles, E. B., New York 1904 O'Connell, Chris. Jas., Mass. ..1915 Price, Wilbert, Maryland 1905 

Milford, S. B., Virginia 1899 O'Connor, H. I., Georgia. .. .1897 Price, Charles J., Maryland. .. 1909 

Miller, C, Maryland 1914 Odio, U., Cuba 1914 Probst, Geo. C, South Car 1892 

Miller, J. Edwin, Minnesota. .. 1883 O'Donoghue, D. C, Maryland. .1900 Proctor, W. E., Jr., Virginia. 1886 

Miller, Jas. H. A., West Va 1887 O'Hearn, Leo Jas., Mass 1913 Proctor, Jas. A., Virginia 1894 

Miller, W. C, Penna 1887 Okugawa, S., Japan 1914 Prudhomme, J. H.. Louisiana. .1903 

Miller, Wm. Lee, West Va 1889 Oldham, F. M., South Car 1889 Purcell, John J., Jr., New Yk..l915 

Miller, E. S., Vermont 1900 Olive, R. M„ North Car 1914 Purnell, Geo. E., Maryland 1884 

Miller, B. L., New York 1902 Oliver, A. H., Canada !.*1904 Purnell, Ralph C, Maryland. .1886 

Miller, E. Whit, Virginia 1905 Oliveira, Alberto L., Brazil... 1887 Pyles, Joseph T., Maryland. . .1898 

Miller, John E. C, Penna 1905 O'Neil, T. F. f Connecticut 1914 Pyles, Chas. T., Maryland. ... 1905 

Mills, Robert H., Florida 1907 O'Neill, John J., Penna 1909 Pyles, Richard G., Maryland. .1908 

Milner, M. B., Georgia 1898 Opielinski, C, Germany 1889 Quinlan, Geo. B., New York. . .1892 

Minghiui, S. J., West Va 1884 Orear, B. Forrest, Missouri. . .1903 Quinlan, F. W. H., New York. 1898 

Minghini, Wm. E., West Va...l893 Orr, Benj. F., Virginia 1899 Quintero, Francisco, Mexico. ..1915 

Mitchell, C. A., New York 1892 Ortel, Henry F., Maryland 1912 Quitt, S., Maryland 1914 

Mitchell, J. S., Massachusetts. 1914 O'Shanecy, C. J., New York. . .1907 Quitt, William, Maryland 1908 

Mitchell, L. S., New Jersey ... 1890 Osteen, Noah G, Jr., So. Oar.. 1900 Radcliff, A. A., Maryland 1901 

Mitchell, H. B., New York 1892 Outcalt, 0. E., West Va 1899 Radice, J. R., New York 1914 

Mitchell, Walter S., Virginia. .1915 Outten, L. R., Delaware 1912 Ralston, Wm. C, Canada 1901 

Mock, John H., Florida 1902 Owen, Floyd M., New York... 1901 Ralston, ThoB. A., Canada. ... 1902 

Moffett, S. F., Texas 1905 Pagan, Jas. McC, South Car.. 1909 Rambo, Preston A., Georgia. . 1887 

Mogul, Abraham, Maryland. .. 1908 Page, Frank H., Canada 1888 Rambo, Francis E., Georgia. . 1888 

Molony, J. E., South Ca 1889 Paget, Joe Huger, So. Car 1900 Rambo, Stafford, Georgia 1888 

Monks, Fredk. E., Penna 1908 Palmer, R. W., Virginia 1895 Ramey, Turner A., West V»...1892 

Monks, Miss G. P., Penna 1909 Palmer, Webber T., Iowa 1898 Rankin, Ronald Y., Canada. . .1915 

Montero, Anibal F. L., Cuba... 1911 Palmer, Harry A., Virginia. .. 1904 RanBon, J. M., Jr., West Va..l885 

Montgomery, J. T., South Car.. 1894 Parker, Wm. W., Minnesota. . 1885 Rathie, Joseph L., Virginia. .. 1892 

Montgomery, A.. Alabama 1901 Parker, Fred L., South Car... 1895 Rawlins, Geo. E., California .. 1903 

Montgomery, F. W., Mass 1904 Parker, John P., Canada 1901 Rawlinson, R. P., Brazil.S.A.. 1888 

Montesinos, M., Porto Rico. . . .1912 Parks, Clyde M., Penna 1901 Rawlinson, John A., Brazil. . .1895 

Moore, Fredk. O., Vermont 1912 Parrott, Daniel W., Nor. Car.. 1906 Ray, Harry J., South Car 1888 

Moore, T. Benton, Penna 1891 Partridge, Geo. T., New York.. 1908 Ray, Ralph, North Carolina. .. 1912 

Moore, Kobt. V., Penna 1898 Pascoe, H. E. R., Australia. . 1910 Roa, Wm. A., Penna 1901 

Moore. 8. Whiteford, Penna. ..1904 Patterson, Geo. K., No. Car... 1912 Read, E. L., West Va 1902 

Moore, Oscar L., North Car. ...1909 Patterson, Geo. B., Nor. Car.. 1889 Reade, Arthur P., North Car.. 1907 

Moran, John J., New Hamp.. 1913 Pattinson, Frank A., New Yk..l891 Redfearn, B. 0., North Car... 1898 

Moran, P. H., New Hamp. ...1902 Paterson, Alex. Horn, Penna. .1911 Reamer, 8. S., Virginia 1887 

Morgan W W., New Jersey.. 1890 Patrick, John 0. B.. No. Car.. 1896 Reaves, Robt. L., South Oar... 1900 

Morgan' Roderick. North Car. .1894 Patton. D. H. R., Nebraska. .. 1895 Reaves, Wm. L., South Car.... 1901 

Morris, John A., New York.. .1904 Paul, Harry W., Australia. .. .1015 Rees, John S., California 1893 

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Reichley, J. C, Penna 1904 SeBastian, Jas. B., Delaware. . 1902 Solomon, Jacob L., New Yk...l910 

Reichenbaugh, Wm. C, Conn. .1908 Secrest, John R., No. Car 1915 Soraers, Ralph T., Virginia. .. 1907 

Reiff, R. Russell, Penna 1897 Segal, Abraham, Virginia. ... 1913 Southard, P. C, Delaware. ... 1908 

Reiman, Conrad F., Conn 1910 Selby, Benj. F., Maryland. ... 1903 Speas, Robt. L., North Car... 1907 

Reineke, Rafael A. P., Cuba.. 1913 Self, L. Ruffin, North Car 1905 Spahn, Chas. A., New Jersey.. 1903 

Remsberg, E. W., Maryland. . 1903 Sendtner, Max. T., New York. .1909 Spangler, Nevin R., Penna. ... 1908 

Remsen, John L., New Jersey. .1912 Sengebusch, H., Germany 1891 Sparck, Miss L. C. S., Md...l910 

Renehan, John Leo, Conn 1913 Simons, Locke V. G., No. Car.. 1915 Sparks, Alfred E., Canada. . . .1891 

Renoe, Charles B., Missouri. .. 1890 Sprinkel, C. Carter, Virginia. . 1891 Sperow, W. H., West Va 1905 

Renoe, Wm. H., Missouri 1894 Sprinkel, G. A., Jr., Virginia. . 1898 Spoon, T. L., North Car 1914 

Reynold*, E. E., New York... 1892 Sprinkel, Robt. W., Virginia. . 1903 Spratt, John L., South Oar....l9ul 

Reynolds, C. P., New York... 1894 St. J >hn, F. Myron, Conn.... 1891 Sprinkel, A. Hume, Virginia. . 1891 

Reynolds, Stanley C, Canada. 1895 Stack, Walter O., Delaware. .. 1897 Shadrach, Samuel A., Virginia. 1896 

Riedel, Bernard F., Maryland. . 1891 Stanley, C. C, South Car 1894 Shoemaker, Archie C, Penna.. 1889 

Rice, Edward, Alabama 1903 Stannard, M. B., New Jersey .. 1912 Shore, R. H., North Car 1911 

Richards, Walter F., Illinois. . 1887 Starke, Parke P., Virginia. .. .1903 Shreeve, J. E., Jr., Maryland. .1904 

Richards, W. R., Maryland. .. 1914 Shine, R. A., Jr., Florida 1887 ShorteU, E. J., New Jersey 1909 

Rilke, Johannes, Germany .... 1891 Shipman, Wm. L., N. Y 1901 Shirley, Wm. C, Virginia. ... 1904 

Riloy, James M., North Car... 1886 Shaffner, Vernon D., Canada.. 1898 Shine, Henry R., Florida. ... 1887 

Riley, Richie W., South Car. . .1891 Shannon, Wm. T., Georgia. . . .1899 Shpritz, A. S., Maryland 1907 

Riley, Wm. H., Vermont 1905 Sharp, Joseph B., New Jersey. 1889 Starke, Parke P., Virginia. .. 1887 

Riser, Jacob, Iowa 1892 Shaw, E. D., New York 1892 Starr, Geo. E., Maryland 1895 

Riviere, Herman A., Georgia. . 1902 Shecut, L. C, South Car 1899 Steer, H. G., New York 1890 

Roach, John A., North Car... 1899 Sheehan, J. P., New York... 1914 Steel, Frank R. (M.D.), Va...l888 

Robbin, Colbert L., North Car. .1909 Sheeley, H. M., Penna 1901 Steele, J. Russell, Penna 1897 

Roberts, Benson S., Bermuda. 1889 Sheeley, Curtis A., Penna. .. .1902 Steele, Stanley, Maryland 1897 

Roca, Vincente H., Cuba 1915 Sheely, Wm. S., Texas 1902 Steele, Elmer M., Virginia 1899 

Rockwell, J. S., Canada 1901 Shields, Nelson T., Texas 1884 Stehley, F. P., West Va 1891 

Robertson, W. A., Canada 1887 Shields, Lewia N., Texas 1886 Stehley, P. H. (M.D.), W. Va..l900 

Robertson, H. C, Maryland. .. 1908 Shields, Edward H., Ohio 1887 Stein, M. E., New York 1914 

Robertson, L. J., Maryland. .. .1907 Shreeve, C. A. (A.B.), Md....l909 Stein, Max, Russia 1897 

Robinson, F. (L.D.S.), Eng...l891 Shupp. Frank D., Maryland. .. 1903 Stein, Alexander, Russia 1901 

Robinson, F. S., Florida 1897 Sims, Benj. F., South Car 1886 Stein, Samuel, New York 1908 

Robinson, D. S., New York.. .1910 Sigler, LeRoy, Maryland 1906 Steinberg, Jos. B., Maryland. . 1912 

Robinson, J. Ben., West Va...l914 Simmons, R. F., Virginia 1907 Styne, Mina F., Virginia 1899 

Rogers, James L. (Tenn.) . . . . 1897 Sims, Elton Ashby, Maryland. .1912 Steinbeck, C. H., West Va. . . 1905 

Rogers, J. R. (A.B.), So. Car.. 1900 Simons, Benj., South Car 1889 Steiner, Paul, Maryland 1909 

Rogers, Chas. H., Rhode Isl. ..1904 Simpkins, Wm. M., Georgia. .. 1902 Stevens, J. Frank, Penna 1891 

Rogers, F. L., Massachusetts. . 1914 Simpson, Jas. W., Virginia. .. .1892 Stevens, J. Bertram, Penna... 1901 

Roof-Scimeca, Elsie D., Ger. ..1915 Simpson, Wm. R., S. Car.... 1892 Stevenson, Geo. W., New Yk..l891 

Rosen, Samuel A., Maryland. . 1910 Simpson, R. L., Virginia 1896 Stafford, Earl Z., Texas 1898 

Rosengardt, S., Russia 1907 Sinay, Albert J., Conn 1912 Ston, Albert H., New York... 1898 

Ross, Wm. Robt., Canada. ... 1904 Sinskey, Meyer E., Maryland. . 1912 Stone, E., South Africa 1904 

Ross, Joseph, New Jersey .... 1905 Skaggs, Calvin H.. West Va. .. 1905 Stover, E. Emmert, Penna. ... 1892 

Robs, John Wise, Virginia. .. .1913 Skaggs, Erastus P., West Va..l906 Stover, Harry C, Penna 1899 

Ross, Chas. A., Penna 1910 Skaggs, Wm. B., West Va 1908 Stratford, A. L., North Car.. .1884 

Roth, Samuel, Maryland 1911 Skelton, Robt. T., New York.. 1911 Streich, Henry, Maryland 1912 

Rothenberg, L. M., New York. 1906 Sleppv, E. E. P.. Penna 1887 Strickler, R. E. Lee, Virginia. . 1903 

Rothman, A., Maryland 1906 Sloan" Carl S., North Car 1901 Strenge, Arthur L., Mass 1913 

Rounds, Geo. B., Canada 1891 Slocum, Frank E., New York. . 1886 Strickler, Suel V., Virginia. . 1910 

Rouse, B. F. H., Maryland. .. 1895 Smallwood, T. E., Maryland. .. 1902 Strasser, Henry, Maryland. .. 1906 

Rowe, Walter W., Penna 1883 Smathers H. C, North Car. ..1907 Stuart, Walter, Kentucky. .. .1883 

Rowe, Thos. R., Rhode Island. 1893 Smathers! J. M. S., Penna 1913 Stuart, G. H. (M.D.), Md 1903 

Roy, Albert C, New York.... 1907 Smith, Julian C, South Car... 1883 Stults, J. Albert, New Jersey.. 1895 

Rudd, Montell B., Virginia. .. 1898 Smith, Walter O., Virginia. .. 1883 Sullivan, Jas. J., New Hamp..l912 

Ruppersberger, C, Maryland. .1914 Smith! Edgar G., New York.. 1888 Summerfield, J. H., Maryland. 1914 

Russell, Allie Young, Nor. C...1913 Smith, Edgar L., West Va....l888 Sumner, Chas. F., Canada. ... 1900 

Russell, L. H., South Car 1897 Smith, Howard M., Virginia. . 1888 Swart, Jas. E., Virginia 1902 

Russell, Percy, Maryland 1897 Smith, James P., Virginia. .. .1888 Swindell, R. B., North Car. ...1884 

Rutledge, Brooks, South Car. .. 1885 Smith, Hampton K., So. Car.. 1889 Switzer, Chas. C, Maryland. . 1897 

Ryder, Wm. R., Jamaica 1906 Smith, Fred B., Penna 1894 Switzer, Marvin D., Virginia. .1902 

Sachs, Joseph L., Maryland. .. 1908 Smith, Thos. McC, North Car. .1896 Sykes, S. Claude, Maryland. .. 1890 

Sagebien, Y D. A., Cuba 1908 Smith, Luther T., North Car.. 1898 Taggart, John E., Vermont. ... 1894 

Salles, H. C, Louisiana 1883 Smith, Frank E., Canada 1899 Taggart, Robt. W., Vermont. .1898 

Salles, Paul, Louisiana 1912 Smith, George C, Marvland. . . 1899 Taft, A. W., Rhode Island. .. 1901 

Sallis, D. F.. Mississippi 1893 Smith, Harold B., New York. .1899 Tahashima, Tameja, Japan. . . .1899 

Samuel, J. H., New Jersey .. .1914 Smith, Floyd H., New York.. 1915 Talbot, Robt. W., Dist. of Col.. 1887 

Samuel, L. D., Jamaica 1906 Smith, Chas. F., Jamaica 1904 Taliaferro, R. E. L., Virginia. .1891 

Sanders, C. M., South Car. . . .1914 Smith, Stanley B., Canada. . . .1904 Tansey, John A., New York. . .1913 

Sanders, John L., South Car.. 1906 Smith, Wilbert B., Canada. ... 1907 Taylor, Elisha S., Maryland. .. 1897 

Sanchez, C. N., Cuba 1883 Smith, Harry B., Bermuda. .. .1892 Taylor, Geo. W., Indiana 1900 

Sapp, C. C, North Carolina. . 1887 Smith, Wylie I., Maryland 1912 Taylor, Wm. W., North Car... 1901 

Sargent, Harry H., Penna.. .. 1903 Smtih, Robt. Bover, Penna... 1913 Taylor, Joseph A., Indiana. ... 1903 

Sartelle, Rexford R., Virginia. 1913 Smither, C. Linwood, Virginia. 1898 Taylor, A. Zachary, Nor. Car.. 1888 

Saunders, L. St. C, Canada. .. 1895 Smithers, N. R., Maryland. ... 1894 Taylor, W. C, North Car 1914 

Sawaya, Farris S., Syria 1909 Smithers, Delmar, Maryland. .. 1895 Teague, N. A., South Car 1883 

Savior, Edward R., Maryland. .1902 Smithson, C. F., North Car.. . .1901 Tenny, Cecil L., Washington. .1901 

Scanlon, Jos. H., Rhode Isl... 1913 Smithson, T. W., North Car... 1907 Teraki, Sadayoshi, Japan 1907 

Scarborough, A. P., Penna. ... 1907 Snivelv, Chas. L., Marvland. .. 1905 Temple, E. S., New York 1908 

Schaer, Charles T., Maryland.. 1885 Snively, Daniel B., Penna 1888 Terry, Chas. Arthur, West Va..l898 

Schlieder, Carl E., New York. .1912 Snouffer, Chas. B., Penna 1892 Thacker, Robt. L., West Va. . .1898 

Schocha«r, Fred S., Texas. . . .1902 Snow, Henry B.. Maryland. . .1891 Theil, L. A. H., Wisconsin. . . .1907 

Schloendorn, F. F. W., Ger... 1889 Snyder, Myron W., New York. 1883 Thaman, Benj. M., Maryland. . 1910 

Scott, Robt. J., Jr., New Yk...l899 Snyder, Wm. Ruff, Penna 1902 Thomas, A. O., South Car 1892 

Scott, Wallace P., Maine 1899 Snyder, Geo. A., Penna 1905 Thomas, B. Elmer, Texas 1896 

Scruggs, Wilbur N., No. Car.. 1915 Sobell, Samuel S., New York.. 1915 Thomas, Fred R., Canada. ... 1897 

Seaton, Wm. C, Jr., New Yk..l897 Solomon, E. Alva, South Car.. 1891 Thomas, Herbert M., Penna... 1903 

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Thompson, James R., So. Car.. 1915 Waterman, Herbert E., Texas. 1915 White, Mathew W., So. Car... 188', 

Thompson, R. W., Jr., So. Car.. 1901 Wallace, Jas. M., South Car.. .1904 White, Geo. F., New York 1891 

Thompson, H. L., New York.. 1907 Waltman, Jas. E., Maryland. . 1905 White, Montgomery L., Texas. 1891 

Thrift, H. A., Rhode Island. .. 1912 Walton, John E., Georgia 1894 White, L. A., Dist. of Col 1895 

Thrush, Wm. A., Illinois 1892 Walsh, Thos. J., Vermont. .. .1898 White, LeRoy M., New York. .1891 

Thurlow, Norman C, Maine. . .1912 Walters, D. A., North Car 1911 White, Benj. S., Tenn ! .190: 

Tibbitts, W. H., New York... 1899 Wangerman, A., Germany. .. .1885 White, D. C, Louisiana 191] 

Tigner, George S., Georgia. . .1895 Wareheim, G. G., Penna 1905 Wilbur, Robert A., South Car.. 1881 

Tigner, Edward A., Georgia. . .1895 Ward, Cyrus A., Ohio 1895 Wilcox, Geo. L., New York.. 1881 

Tignor, Edwin P., Virginia. . .1898 Ward, Geo. N., New York.... 1895 Wilhelm, H. T.,°* Germany. .'.'. 188' 

Tillotson, R. R., New York... 1900 Ward, R. L., Alabama 1914 Wiley, Charles G., Penna.! !! !l89i 

Tinsley, J. C, Virginia 1914 Wardlaw, A. B., South Car. ..1899 Willey, Henry S ' North Car! 190' 

Tippett, Jas. H, New York... 1910 Warnock, W. J., South Car... 1889 Willett's, Albert F., Maine. . .!l89< 

Tipton, Norman B., Louisiana, 1883 Warrenfels, G. M., Maryland. .1898 Willis, Jonothan R., Penna 190' 

Tipton, D. P., Nebraska 1892 Watkins, Joseph Conrad (A.B., Willson, Jos. E., Indiana 190( 

Tiss, J., New York 1914 LL.D), North Carolina 1900 Wilson, John H., New York.. 188' 

Todd, F. Foster, Maryland. ... 1890 Walker, Jno. R., Alabama. .. .1915 Wilson, Henry A., Maryland. .189' 

Todd, Fred. P., Maryland 1888 Watkins, L. LeRoy, Maryland. 1903 Wilson, N. McK., Maryland. . .1891 

Toombs, J. Everett, Mass 1883 Watson, J. Wm., West Va 1892 Wilson, Wm. P., North Car... 1911 

Totten, Arminius W., No. Car.. 1892 Watson, James, Illinois 1894 Williams, M. E., New York... 1891 

Trapp, William S., Penna.. . .1885 Watson, J. A., South Car 1901 Williams, A. A., Jr., Georgia. 189' 

Tribble, Alexander, Missouri. .1897 Watson, H. C, Maryland 1901 Williams, Edward R., Penna.. 1891 

Tropp, Herman, Russia 1899 Watson, W. B., West Va 1901 Williams, W. E., West Va. ...1891 

Troxler, Edw. A., North Car.. 1913 Watson, Eugene T., W. Va...l903 Williams, G. R., Tennessee. ... 190: 

Truby, J. Cromwell, Penna 1896 Watson, S. R., North Car 1908 Williams, R. W., Maryland. . .1901 

Truitt, George E., Maryland. . 1907 Waters, Charles E., Maryland. .1910 Williams, J. H., Maryland 190" 

Trumbo, G. C, West Va 1910 Watt, James F., Indiana 1901 Willis, Frank M., South Car.. .188: 

Trump, George H., Maryland. . 1898 Watts, J. Somes, Canada 1897 Windheim, A. P., New York.. 1901 

Tryon, Ralph E., New York. ..1910 Watts, Willis E., New York. . .1888 Winkelman, W. D., Maryland.. 190: 

Tucker, Edwin B., No. Car... 1901 Wayman, Jos. T. ( Virginia. .. .1884 Wingate, W. I., New Hamp...l90; 

Turner, Chas. A., Canada 1891 Wayman, W. N., Virginia. ... 1900 Wingo, 0. E. (M.D.), Md 189: 

Turrentine, M. H., Georgia. ... 1903 Weaver, Fred Allen, Mass. ...1883 Wingo, C. E., Jr., Maryland. . 191: 

Twigg, Allen G. T., West Va..l911 Webb, H. E. B., Maryland. . .1914 Wise, John B., South Car 189' 

Twitchell, Fred. A., Minn 1885 Webb, Thos. D.. North Car 1910 Wise, Wm. H., Virginia 189' 

Underwood, J. T., North Car.. 1908 Webster, Ben Hill, No. Car... 1915 Wisherd, Elmer J., Maryland. .188. 

van der Hoeven, Cornelius (M. Wegge, Wm. F. f Wisconsin. .. .1885 Wogan, Wm. W., Penna 188 

Urmson, Randolph M., Penna.. 1911 Weighart, Geo. C, New York.. 1907 Wogan, Chas. E., Penna 189' 

Vail, F. H., Connecticut 1914 Weinberg, A., South Carolina.. 1896 Wolf, Sheldon B., Penna 189; 

Valentine, F. J., Maryland 1903 Weinberg, D. A., South Car.. 1909 Wolk, Joseph J., New York.. 191 

van Brunt. Wm. E., Florida. .1909 Weinberger, J., New York. ...1897 Woolsey, George, California. . .189 

D.), Holland 1889 Wienholt, H. O., Germany 1902 Wood, Frank LeRoy, Maine. . .188 

van der Hoppe, R., Austria. .1884 Weirich, Jacob L., Penna 1888 Wood, C. R., New Hamp 189 

van Meter, Wm. C, West Va..l906 Weitfeldt, A. F. L., Germany. .1883 Wood, Henry F., Virginia 190 

van Nostrand, Wm. H., N. Y..1892 Wietfeldt, Arnold, Germany 1887 Woods, E. K., New Hamp.... 189 

van Nostrand, D. E., New J. ..1910 Weeks, Geo. E., North Car.... 1906 Woods, Owings C, So. Car 191 

van Nostrand, John F., N. Y..1901 Welch, Floyd J., Virginia 1885 Woodward, A. W., Virginia. .189 

van Omer, Wm. L., Penna.. . .1901 Welsh, John E., South Car. ...1905 Woodward, H. F., West Va...l90 

van Tassel, Harry, So. Dak... 1892 Wells, A. S., North Carolina. .1891 Wool, J. Harvey, Virginia. .. .189 

van Zandt, Fred., New York.. 1909 Wells, B. S., West Virginia. . .1914 Worsham, A. E., North Car... 191 

Vaughan, Robt. R., Missouri. . 1884 Wells, Chas. J., Maryland. ... 1905 Wray, Harry D., West Va 191 

Vaughan, Patrick. Georgia. . .1897 Weller, F. B., New York 1897 Wright, M. V. (M.D.), N. H..188 

Vegas, John J., New York 1888 Westrater. A. A., West Va 1901 Wright, C. A., New Hamp 189 

Veza, Jos. M., Austria 1892 Whalen, G. J., Massachusetts. .1914 Wright, Jos. E., Maryland. .. .189 

Voigt, Walter T„ Maryland. .. 1908 Whelpley, C. B., Canada 1890 Wright, O. B., South Car 190 

von Wachter, F., Maryland. . .1892 Wheeler, G. G., Rhode Island. . 1904 Wright, W. T., Virginia 191 

Volck, Geo. A., Maryland. .. .1883 Wheeler, A. B., Maryland 1906 Wrightson, S. B., Maryland.. . 189 

Volck, A. W. A., Germany 1891 Wheeler, Fred. M., New H.. .1888 Yacoubyan, V. K., Egypt 190 

Wall, Joseph A., Penna 1886 Whitaker, Joel, North Car 1899 Yelvington, Elrie J., Florida.. 190 

Walden, R. C, Virginia 1894 Whisnant, A. J., No. Car 1905 Yost, E. C, Virginia 191 

Waller, Durward T., Nor. Car.. .1913 Whitfield, Robt. J., Canada. . .1891 Youngs, Olin H., Conn 191 

Walker, Carlos A., Maryland. .1912 Whitfield, G. F., North Car 1909 

Walker, Fred P. M., Mass 1904 Whitney, Ralph M., Maine 1903 



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LAW DEPARTMENT. 

FORTY-SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION. 



THE BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. 

Hon. HENRY D. HARLAN, Dean. 

ALFRED BAGBY, Jr., Esq., Testamentary Law. 

RANDOLPH BARTON, Jr., Esq., Practice Court, Legal Ethics & Bank- 
ing Law. 

Hon. CARROLL T. BOND, Bills & Notes and Pleading. 

J. WALLACE BRYAN, Esq., Common Carriers. 

HOWARD BRYANT, Esq., Practice in State Courts. 

W. CALVIN CHESNUT, Esq., Insurance. 

WARD B. COE, Esq., Title and Conveyancing. 

JAMES U. DENNIS, Esq., Personal Property, including Bailments. 

EDWIN T. DICKERSON, Esq., Contracts and Agency. 

JOSEPH C. FRANCE, Esq., Corporations. 

ELI FRANK, Esq., Torts. 

Hon. JAMES P. GORTER, Evidence. 

Hon. HENRY D. HARLAN, Domestic Relations. 

CHARLES McH. HOWARD, Esq., Equity Jurisprudence. 

ARTHUR L. JACKSON, Esq., Conflict of Laws. 

STUART S. JANNEY, Esq., Commercial Law. 

SYLVAN H. LAUCHHEIMER, Esq., Bankruptcy. 

Hon. ALFRED S. NILES, Constitutional Law. 

EUGENE O'DUNNE, Esq., Criminal Law and Medical Jurisprudence. 

WILLIAM LEE RAWLS, Esq., Contracts and Agency. 

ALBERT C. RITCHIE, Esq., Elementary Law. 

Hon. JOHN C. ROSE, Jurisdiction and Procedure of the Federal Courts, 
Admiralty, Patents, Trade-Marks and Copyrights. 

G. RIDGELY SAPPINGTON, Esq., Practice Court. 

Hon. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, International Law. 

HERBERT T. TIFFANY, Esq., Real Property. 

CLARENCE A. TUCKER, Esq., Equity Procedure. 

JOSEPH N. ULLMAN, Esq., Sales and Personal Property. 

SAMUEL WANT, Esq., Director of Library. 

For Catalogue Containing Full Information, Address 

EDWIN T. DICKERSON, Secretary and Treasurer of Late Faculty, 

301 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. 



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DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY. 

(Maryland College of Pharmacy 1841-1904.) 
The Seventy-second Annual Session Will Open October i, 1915. 



FACULTY. 



WILLIAM SIMON, Ph.D. 

Emeritus Professor of Chemistry. 

CHARLES CASPARI, Jb., Phar.D., 

Professor of Theoretical and Applied Pharmacy, Dean of the Faculty. 

DAVID M. R. CULBRETH, A.M., Ph.G., M.D., 

Professor of Materia Medica, Botany and Pharmacognosy. 

DANIEL BASE, Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry and Vegetable Histology. 

HENRY P. HYNSON, Phar.D., 

Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 

H. A. B. DUNNING, Phar.D. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Phar.D. 
Associate Professor of Pharmacy. 
CHAS. C. PLITT, Ph.G., 
Associate Professor of Materia Medica, Botany and Vegetable Histology. 
J. CARLTON WOLF, Phar.D., 
Associate Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 
LOUIS T. BURGER, Ph.G., LL.D., Lecturer on Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence 
GEORGE STAHL, Phar.D., Demonstrator in Dispensing. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

N. E. Corner Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore, Md. 

The One Hundred and Ninth Course of Lectures Will 
Commence October 1st, 1915. 

FACULTY OF PHYSIC, 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Surgery. 

L. E. NEALE, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Obstetrics. 

CHARLES W. MITCHELL, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Diseases of Children 

THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D., Professor of Diseases of Women. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Clinical Surgery. 

JOHN C. ITEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Physiology. 

ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D., Professor of Therapeutics and Surgical Pathology. 

DAVID STREBTT, A.M., M.D., Professor of Practice of Medicine. 

SAMUEL K. MERRICK, M.D., Professor of Diseases of Throat and Nose. 

RTDGELY B. WARF1ELD. M.D., Professor of Practice of Surgery. 

GORDON WILSON, M.D., Prof, of Principles of Medicine. 

Fob Cibculars and Fubtheb Information, Apply to 
ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D., Acting Dean. 

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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL. 

Southwest Corner Lombard and Greene Streets. Baltimore, Md. 

This Institution, most pleasantly located, the capacity and comforts of which 
have undergone great development to meet the increasing demands of patients, is 
fitted up with all modern conveniences for the successful treatment of Medical and 
Surgical diseases. 

Its Medical Staff comprises the FACULTY OF THE UNIVERSITY, and the 
entire management of the institution having been delegated to trained nurses, so 
well known as the faithful and efficient attendants upon the sick, patients may rely 
upon enjoying the benefits of an Infirmary, as well as the comforts and privacy of 
a home, while seeking treatment for Medical Diseases and undergoing Surgical 
Operations. 

Special attention is called to the Lylng-In Department of the Hospital, and the 
thorough privacy given to confinement. 

When persons are compelled to leave their country residences to seek profes- 
sional medical assistance in Baltimore, no Institution offers greater facilities than 
the University Hospital, which presents, among other greater advantages, that of 
having six resident physicians, appointed by the Medical Faculty, all of whom are 
usually (two are always) in the building to carry out the instructions of the Pro- 
fessors. 

Board in Private Rooms, $14 to $20 Peb Week. Boabd ra Wards, $7 Peb Weef 



Department of Arts and Sciences. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, ANNAPOLIS, MD. 

St. John's College has entered into an affiliation with the Schools of Medicine, 
Law, Dentistry and Pharmacy of the University of Maryland. 

The operation of these working relations is outlined as follows: 

First — Seniors in St. John's College may elect twelve requisite hours a week In 
the Law School of the University. The degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of 
Science is conferred upon such students at the end of the year. The Professional 
Degree may be reached in two years. 

Second — Students who have completed the Junior Year in St. John's College and 
who have made an approved choice of electives may, if they desire it, do the entire 
work of the Senior Year in the Medical School of the University. If they success- 
fully complete the work of the first medical year they are graduated with their class 
with the degree of A. B. from St John's College. 

By taking advantage of this privilege a man may complete the Undergraduate 
and Medical courses in seven years. 

During three of these years or until he has completed the work of the Junior 
Class he is a resident student in St. John's College, and for four years he Is a resi- 
dent in the Medical School in Baltimore. 

At the end of the fourth year he receives the A. B. Degree and at the end of the 
seven years the M. D. Degree, but credit from Medical School cannot be accepted in 
subjects for which credit has already been given in the College of Liberal Arts. 

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FACULTY. 

THOMAS FELL, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L President. 

Professor of Moral Science. 

JOHN BROCKWAY RIPPERE, M.A Vice-Pbesident. 

(Graduate of Wesleyan University.) 
Professor of Latin. 

JOHN B. WHITE, M.A., (Graduate of Geneva College), Prof, of Greek and Latin. 

BENJAMIN HARRISON WADDELL, M.A., (Graduate of Washington and Lee 
University), Professor of Mathematics. 

CHARLES G. EIDSON, B.S.E.E., M.A., (Graduate of the University of Ten- 
nessee, Associate Member American Institute of Electrical Engineers), 
Professor of Physics and Drawing. 

ADOLF SCHUMACHER, Ph.D., (Graduate of Gottingen and University of Penn- 
sylvania), Professor of French and German. 

SIDNEY GUNN, B.A., M.A., (Graduate of Harvard University), Prof, of English. 

EDMOND EARL LINCOLN, B.A., M.A., (Graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University 
and of Oxford, England), Professor of History and Political Economy 
and Secretary of the Faculty. 

REGINALD H. RIDGELY, B.S., M.A., (Graduate of St. John's College), Pro- 
fessor of Biology. 

JOHN CLIFFORD GRAY, B.A., M.A., (Graduate of Harvard University), Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry and Physics. 

CHAUNCEY St. C. McNEIL, U.S.A., (Lieutenant of the United States Artny), 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics and Lecturer on International 
and Constitutional Law. 

THOMAS L. GLADDEN, Superintendent of the Preparatory School and Instructor 
in English and Latin. 

ROSCOE E. GROVE, B.A., (Graduate of St. John's College), Assistant in Pre- 
paratory School. 

SARAH BERRY, Registrar and Secretary for the President. 



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THIRTY-FIFTH 

ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT AND CATALOGUE 

of the 

DENTAL DEPARTMENT 

of the 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




Northeast Corner Lombard and Greene Streets 
BALTIMORE, MD. 

SESSION 1916-1917 



Dental Practitioners and others desiring to receive the Annual 

Catalogue regulary, are requested to send their Names 

and Addresses to the Dean 



Jfe 



CALENDAR. 

THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION. 
1916. 



June 1 to September 30 — Daily Clinics in Dental Infirmary. 

October 1 — Regular Session begins. 

October 16 — Re-examination of Deficient Students and Examination for 
Advanced Standing. 

November 30 — Thanksgiving Day, holiday. 

December 22 — Christmas Recess begins, 6 P. M. 



Christmas Recess. 

1917. 

January 3 — Lectures resumed, 9 A. M. 

February 22 — Holiday. 

April 20 (about) — Final Examinations begin. 

June 1 (about) — Commencement, Annual Meeting of Alumni Associa- 
tion. 



All communications for information relative to the DENTAL DEPART- 
MENT should be addressed to the Dean, T. O. Heatwole, M.D., D.D.S., 

Northeast Corner of Greene and Lombard Sts., Baltimore, Md. 



DEPARTMENTS 

OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND. 

THE UNIVERSITY is represented by five Departments, each having 
a distinct Faculty of Instruction. 

1st. The 'College of Liberal Arts at Annapolis, Md. St. John's 
College, Annapolis, Md., founded in 1696, has by affiliation become the 
Department of Arts and Sciences. The curriculum leads to the degree ot 
Bachelor, or Master of Arts or Sciences. 

2nd. The School of Medicine in Baltimore, Md. This School wa*> 
established in Baltimore, Md., in 1807, and offers a high-grade course in 
medicine, extending over a period of four years, and leading to the degree 
of Doctor of Medicine. 

3rd. The School of Law in Baltimore, Md. This School, founded in 
1812 and reorganized in 1869, is designed by means of a course of study 
covering three years to qualify its students for the degree of Bachelor of 
Laws and for an intelligent practice of the Law. 

4th. The Department of Dentistry was founded in 1882, and is 
designed to teach the art of dentistry as an integral part of the School of 
Medicine. The course of study leading to the degree of Doctor of Dental 
Surgery covers a period of three years. 

5th. The Department of Pharmacy was established in 1840 as the 
Maryland College of Pharmacy, and affiliated with the School of Medicine 
in 1904. The course of study covers two years, and leads to the degree of 
Doctor of Pharmacy. 



BOARD OF REGENTS 

OF THE 

University of Maryland, 



THOMAS FELL, Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Provost. 



RANDOLPH WINSLOW, A.M., 

M.D.,, LL. D. 
THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D., LL. D. 
HENRY D. HARLAN, LL.D. 
L. E. NEALE. M.D., LL. D. 
J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D. 
JOHN C. ROSE, LL.B., LL. D. 
D. M. R. CULBRETH, A.M., M.D. 
JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., 

Ph.D., LL.D. 
CHARLES CASPARI, Jr., Phar.D. 
DANIEL BASE, Ph.D. 
HENRY P. HYNSON, Phar.D. 
HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, LL.D. 
PHILEMON H. TUCK, A.M., LL.B. 
ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D. 



T. O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S. 
I. H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S. 
ROBERT MOSS, Esq. 
SAMUEL K. MERRICK, M.D. 
RIDGLEY B. WARFIELD, M.D. 
WILLIAM L, RAWLS, Esq. 
RANDOLPH BARTON, Jr., A.B., LL.D. 
ALFRED S. NILES, A.B., A.M., LL.B. 
JOHN W. CHAMBERS, M.D., Sc.D. 
WILLIAM F. LOCKWOOD, M.D. 
GEORGE W. DOBBIN, A.B., M.D. 
HARRY FRIEDENWALD, A.B.,, M.D. 
ARCHIBALD C. HARRISON, M.D. 
CARY B. GAMBLE, Jr., A.M., M.D. 
WILLIAM S. GARDNER, M.D. 
STANDISH McCLEARY, M.D. 



THE UNIVERSITY COUNCIL. 

The duty of this council is to formulate the scheme of studies to be pursued 
by students desiring both an academic and a professional, or scientific degree, 
and to act upon such other matters as may be brought before them. 
THE CHANCELLOR, 

Hon. EMERSON C. HARRINGTON, 

Governor of Maryland. 
THE PRO-CHANCELLOR, 

THOMAS FELL, Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L. 

President of St. John's College. 
PROFESSORS B. V. CECIL, A.M., Sc.D., and C. W. STRYKER, A.M., 

For St. John's College. 
PROFESSOR RANDOLPH WINSLOW, A.M., M.D., LL.D., 

For School of Medicine. 
PROFESSORS HENRY D. HARLAN, LL. D., and W. T. BRANTLY, A.M., 

For School of Law. 
PROFESSOR T. O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S., 

For School of Dentistry. 
PROFESSOR CHARLES CASPARI, Jr., Phar.D., 

For School of Pharmacy. 



FACULTY OF THE DENTAL DEPARTMENT. 



T. 0. HEATWOLE. Dean. 



J. HOLMES SMITH, A.M., M D., 

Professor of Anatomy. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

Professor of Physiology. 

TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Operative and Clinical Dentistry. 

J. WILLIAM SMITH, D.D.S., 

Professor of Dental Prosthesis. 

ELMER E. CRUZEN, D.D.S., 

Professor of Crown and Bridge Work and Ceramics. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Phar. D., 

Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy. 

B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Oral Hygiene and Dental History. 

ELDRIDGE BASKIN, M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Orthodontia and Associate Professor of Clinical Dentistry 

CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D.D.S., 

Professor of Histology. 

ROBERT P. BAY, M.D., 

Professor of Oral Surgery. 

ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S., 

Professor of Dental Technics. 

ROBERT L. MITCHELL, M.D.. 

Professor of Bacteriology and Pathology. 

J. L. WRIGHT, M.D., 

Associate Professor of Anatomy. 

L. WHITING FARINHOLT, D.D.S., 

Demonstrator of Crown-Bridge, Porcelain and Inlay Work. 

WILLIAM A. REA, D.D.S., 

Chief Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

S. WHITEFORD MOORE, D.D.S., 

Demonstrator of Anaesthesia and Analgesia. 

J. BEN ROBINSON, D.D.S., 

Director of Infirmary and Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

FRANK P. HAYNES, D.D.S., 

Lecturer on Dental Anatomy. 

B. SARGENT WELLS, D.D.S., 

Demonstrator of Prosthetic Dentistry. 

FRANCIS J. VALENTINE, A.M., D.D.S., 

Assistant Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

E. FITZROY PHILLIPS, D.D.S., 
Assistant Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 



ANNOUNCEMENT. 

1916-1917. 



The course of instruction in the Dental Department of the Univer- 
sity of Maryland covers a period of three Sessions of 32 weeks each, 
exclusive of holidays, in separate years. 

The Thirty-fifth Regular Session will begin October 1, 1916, and 
continue until about May 20, 1917. Full attendance during this period 
is demanded in order to get advancement to higher classes. Class Exami- 
nations for the Session will be held in October, January and April. 

This Department of the University of Maryland is a member, in good 
standing, of the National Association of Dental Faculties, and conforms 
to all the rules and regulations of that body. 

Being an integral part of the Faculty of Physic, the students of this 
Dental Department have the advantage of receiving joint instruction with 
the medical students on the subjects embraced in both courses. Such a 
scheme of curriculum provides for the establishment of fraternalism dur- 
ing the training period and should make it easier to maintain a proper 
ethical relationship in after actual practice. 

The many men of eminence in professional, civil and social life, gradu- 
ates of this institution, distributed throughout the civilized world, will 
amply attest to the high standard and thorough training in vogue in the 
past, and no effort will be lost in an attempt to keep abreast of the devel- 
opment in the practical scientific advancement of the profession in the 
future. 

The Central Young Men's Christian Association maintains a Branch 
Association in the buildings of the University and students are eligible as 
active or as associate members, such membership procuring for them spe- 
cial privileges in the City Association. A Students' Bible Class has been 
in operation during the past eighteen years, resulting in the maintenance 
and promotion of Christian character and morality among the students. 

Aside from and independent of the Regular Session, this institution main- 
tains a Spring and Summer Course, which follows immediately the termi- 
nation of each Regular Session and continues until October 1st. This 
Course is intended for practical work only ; no credit for time thus put in 
is allowed toward graduation. The many advantages of the Spring and 
Summer Session for actual practice cannot be overestimated, as the number 
of patients applying for dental services is always very large and the Infirm- 
ary is never closed except on Sundays and other holidays. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR MATRICULATION. 

The Kequirements for Matriculation in the Dental Department of the 
University of Maryland are those established by rule of the National 
Association of Dental Faculties, of which body this institution is a mem- 
ber, viz., the completion of a four-year course in a standard high school, 
or its equivalent. 

(1) Applicants for matriculation must submit their credentials to the 
State Examiner, Prof. Wilbur F. Smith, Baltimore City College, Balti- 
more, Maryland, for verification. If found qualified, the Examiner will 
issue a Maryland certificate, which entitles applicant to full matriculation. 

(2) Applicants lacking full credentials may establish a rating by taking 
an entrance examination, which will cover the unfinished subjects included 
in a standard four-year high school course. 

(3) A fee of two dollars for verification and issuance of certificate 
will be charged by the Examiner. In the case of an examination the fee 
will be five dollars. 

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS. 

In order to receive credit for a full Session, each student must have 
entered and be in attendance not later than ten days after the beginning 
and remain until the close of the Regular Session, the dates for which have 
been announced in the Annual Catalogue. 

In case of sickness, attested by a physician's certificate, students may 
enter twenty days after the opening of the Regular Session. 

ADVANCED STANDING. 

Graduates from reputable and accredited medical colleges are admitted 
to the Junior Year and credits allowed on all subjects completed which are 
included in the Dental Course. 

Students from other recognized dental colleges will be given credit for 
all work completed in the institution from which they come. 

At the close of each Session, each student must pass a satisfactory 
examination on the several subjects of that year before he can be entered 
in the succeeding grade. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

The candidate for graduation must have attended three sessions of 
instruction in some recognized dental college, the last year of which must 
have been in this institution. 

He must have satisfied the requirements of each of the several instructors 
and proven himself proficient in the theory and practice of Dentistry. 

He must have attained the age of twenty-one years and be of good moral 
character. 

Students may matriculate by mail by sending money order, or registered 
letter containing the amount of fee, $5.00, to Dr. T. O. Heatwole, Dean, 
Corner Greene and Lombard Sts., Baltimore, Md. 

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FEES FOR EACH REGULAR WINTER COURSE. 

The Fees {with the exception of the Diploma Fee) must be paid as fol- 
lows : One-half on the entrance day, and the balance during the first week 
of the succeeding January; this rule must be strictly observed. 

Matriculation (paid once only), $5.00. Tuition fee, $150.00. Diploma 
fee, $30.00. Dissecting fee (paid once only), $10:00. 

(The Diploma Fee must be paid by the first of April of the year of grad- 
uation.) 

A special ticket is issued at the close of each session to every student of 
the first and second year classes, as an evidence that he has passed success- 
fully, or unsuccessfully, examinations for advancement to a higher grade, 
and also has attended a full session. 

No assessment is made on candidates for graduation, the University 
bearing all the expenses attending the Commencement Exercises. 

FEES FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER COURSES. 

The tuition fee for the Spring and Summer Course is $75, which must be 
paid by the first of June of each year, or on matriculation if the student 
enters later; this amount will be deducted from fees of the next following 
Winter Session. 



NOTES. 

Laboratory and Infirmary lockers are assigned in order of matricula- 
tion. 

The Dean will advise parents or guardians of the progress being made 
and of the general conduct of students, when requested so to do. 

Students are required to provide themselves with such instruments as 
may be listed by the several instructors. 

Means are provided whereby students who are strangers in the city, by 
applying to the Dean's Office, may be suitably accommodated with lodg- 
ing, etc. 

A deposit is required of each Junior student, as a breakage fund, apply- 
ing to Chemical Laboratory Course. 

Each Department of the University publishes exclusively its own list of 
matriculates. 

The Dean will be found in his office, in the Dental Building, corner 
Greene and Lombard Sts., at 2 :30 P. M., each weekday. 



Course of Study — Summary, 



Freshman Year. 
Anatomy — Lectures, Demonstrations. 
Physiology — Lectures, Recitations. 
Chemistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Materia Medica — Lectures, Recitations. 
Operative Technics — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Prosthetic Technics — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Demonstrations, Laboratory. 
Practical Anatomy — Demonstrations, Laboratory. 
Histology — Lectures, Laboratory. 

Junior Year. 
Anatomy — Lectures. 
Physiology — Lectures, Recitations. 
Chemistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics — Lectures, Recitations. 
Clinical Dentistry — Lectures, Demonstrations. 
Operative Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Prosthetic Dentistry — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge "Work — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Practical Prosthetic Dentistry — Demonstrations, Laboratory. 

Senior Year. 
Oral Surgery — Lectures, Recitations. 
Bacteriology — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Pathology — Lectures, Laboratory. 
Orthodontia — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Operative Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Prosthetic Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Crown and Bridge Work — Lectures, Clinics, Laboratory. 
Clinical Dentistry — Lectures, Clinics. 
Oral Hygiene — Lectures, Clinics. 
Dental History — Lectures. 
Dental Anatomy — Lectures. 
Dental Jurisprudence — Lectures. 
Anaesthesia — Demonstrations, Clinics. 

DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION. 



DENTAL PROSTHESIS. 

PROF. J. WILLIAM SMITH, D.D.S. 

The course of instruction under this chair embraces a thorough treatise 
on the preparation and treatment of the mouth for artificial dentures; the 
art of securing perfect impressions of the parts to which substitutes are to 

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be adjusted, together with a discussion of the materials and devices 
employed in the work; a comprehensive study of model construction and 
the materials used for same, this being supplemented with definite instruc- 
tion on modes of manipulation best calculated to give satisfactory results. 
Also, a thorough study of approved methods of constructing artificial 
dentures on the various bases, such as vulcanite, celluloid, gold and other 
plate metal, and continuous gum work, the properties and special adapta- 
bility of the several bases to particular cases being treated in a comprehen- 
sive manner. 

The teaching from this chair is done through didactic lectures, reviews, 
demonstrations and work on practical cases. 

CHEMISTRY AND METALLURGY. 

PROF. E. FRANK KELLY, Phab. D. 

The aim of this course is to present to the student the most important 
facts and principles of Modern Chemistry in a plain but precise and scien- 
tific form. Special attention will be given to the mode of preparation, 
properties, etc., of the metals, alloys and the various compounds used in 
dental practice. 

The course of lectures will be fully illustrated by experiments, for which 
purpose the department is well supplied with apparatus. 

The didactic lecture course on Chemistry will be supplemented, during 
the Junior year, by laboratory experiments covering the work embraced 
in the theoretical teaching. The scope of work done is intended to make the 
subject practical and to afford opportunity to the student to prove for him- 
self the established laws of physical and chemical force, the affinity exist- 
ing between certain elements, and to give training in formula construction. 

ANATOMY. 

PROF. J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D 

Anatomy will be taught in the most practical manner, not only by didac- 
tic lectures in the anatomical theatre, but by class demonstrations of oste- 
ology and syndesmology, under the supervision of an Associate Professor of 
Anatomy. The lectures on this fundamental branch of medicine and dental 
science will be amply illustrated with preparations, models, plates, draw- 
ings and dissected cadaver. Special reference will be made to the anatomy, 
microscopical and comparative, of the jaws, teeth, salivary glands and other 
organs and tissues contained within or accessory to the oral cavity. 

The teaching of this branch is graded and covers a period of two Ses- 
sions. The instruction during the First Year is given by an Associate Pro- 
fessor, who also has charge of the Practical Anatomy, this calling for the 
complete dissection of the whole human cadaver. 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

PROF. JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

The instruction in this department is graded and covers a period of two 
years. The work of the first half of the first year is applied to the subject 
of biology, under which a full study of the structure, life, action, growth 
and reproduction of living organisms is taken up. The latter half of the 



first year is given over to a study of the fundamental principles of physi- 
ology, such as will ground the study well in the science of living matter 
and its function, and a treatise on the circulatory and respiratory systems. 
The second-year course embraces a complete and comprehensive study 
of the vital phenomena of muscular action ; digestion ; heart, liver, kidneys 
and their functions ; the secretory and excretory glands, and the brain and 
nervous system. 

MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS. 

PROF. TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S. 

Two hours each week to each class are devoted to instruction in this 
branch. It is the aim to prepare the First Year students in the funda- 
mentals of Materia Medica, ground him well in symbols, special characters 
and definitions ; the laws governing the action of drugs, preparations, their 
mode of manufacture, relative strengths and dosage; the English and 
Metric systems of weights and measures, together with many other special 
and important basic details. 

The Junior Year work embraces the grouping of drugs under their physi- 
ologic action and therapeutic uses; preparations and doses of individual 
drugs, their toxicology, with treatment by chemical and physiologic anti- 
dotes; and general and local anaesthesia. Special attention is given to a 
study of all agencies employed to correct pathologic conditions occurring 
about the mouth. 

OPERATIVE AND CLINICAL DENTISTRY. 

PROF. ISAAC H. DAVIS, M D., D.D.S. 

The course from this Chair will comprise thorough practical instruc- 
tion in all dental operations such as filling, extracting, crowning and regu- 
lating the teeth ; the filling of pulp canals ; the treatment of alveolar abscess, 
diseased pulps, etc. All proper methods for performing operations on the 
teeth and tissues involved will be demonstrated at regular clinics. The 
various forms and qualities of gold and other metals will be carefully con- 
sidered, and the kind best suited for each particular case thoroughly 
explained and practically demonstrated in operations known to the pro- 
fession. The advantages and disadvantages of each particular form of 
gold will be carefully scrutinized. The methods of manipulating cohesive 
and non-cohesive gold foils will be carefully taught, as a knowledge of the 
uses of both forms is absolutely essential to a complete dental education. 
All plastic materials for filling teeth, such as amalganij cement, etc., and 
the mode of manipulation will receive careful attention. 

The Professor of this branch has an Associate who at stated periods 
gives practical clinics at the Chair to sections of the several classes. 

CROWN— BRIDGE— CERAMICS. 

PROF. ELMER E. CRUZEN, D.D.S. 

The teaching of this branch covers a graded course of three Sessions. All 
the various methods, appliances and materials employed in the work are 
minutely described by lectures delivered on the subject once each week. 

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Demonstrations are also given and much time occupied in the supervision 
of experimental work assigned to students in the laboratory. The instruc- 
tor of this branch assists in the practical work of this character being 
done in the Infirmary. 

Gold and porcelain inlay work, as well as baked porcelain crowns and 
bridges, receive the attention their importance demands. 

ORAL HYGIENE AND DENTAL HISTORY. 
PROF. B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S. 

The subject of Oral Hygiene is claiming special consideration at the 
present time. It embraces a treatise on the factors present in the mouth 
which produce disease of the oral cavity and reflect their influence generally 
throughout the system. The study of this subject is presented by a course 
of lectures in the Third Year and includes the causes, results and treatment 
for the eradication of unhygienic and, therefore, dangerous conditions of 
the oral cavity. 

The course in Dental History, now regarded as a necessary part of the 
education of the Twentieth Century Oral Specialist, will embrace an expo- 
sition of the subject, from the crude methods in the days of antiquity to 
the wonderful scientific and exact methods of the time in which we live* 

ORAL SURGERY. 

PROF. ROBERT P. BAY, M.D. 

The course of study on this branch is placed in the Senior Year, and 
consists of lectures on the etiology, pathology and treatment of all classes 
of tumors occurring in and about the mouth, face and head. Special clinics 
and demonstrations are given to the students of this department in the 
Hospital, which is located on the grounds of the University. The aim of 
this course is to familiarize the student with abnormal conditions incident 
to the field of his future operation and to thoroughly train him in the 
diagnosis of benign and malignant growths. 

HISTOLOGY. 

PROF. CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D.D.S. 

The Course in Histology is given in the First Year and is taught by 
both lectures and demonstrations in the laboratory. It is intended to 
familiarize the student with the minute anatomy of the various tissues and 
organs of the body. Students are trained in the proper use of the micro- 
scope and its accessories, and staining, mounting and properly manipulat- 
ing sections made for microscopic study. 

PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY. 

PROF. ROBERT L. MITCHELL, M.D. 

In the Third Year, general and special Pathology and Bacteriology are 
taught by didactic lectures, recitations and demonstrations in the labora- 
tory. Gross Pathology and Pathologic Histology are taught by personal 
demonstrations, the former embracing several hundred museum specimens. 

The course in Bacteriology includes practical technics and the study of 
special bacteria of the mouth. 

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The laboratory is amply provided with microscopes and other necessary 
accessories for thorough teaching. The time devoted to both subjects will 
be three hours a week for the full seven months, the time being about 
equally divided between the two. 

ORTHODONTIA. 
PROF. ELDRIDGE BASKIN, M.D., D.D.S. 

The advancement of Dental Science has made this an important feature 
in the curriculum and in its consideration, special emphasis is laid on the 
knowledge of true or normal occlusion, the causes responsible for maloccula- 
sion and classification of same. Special attention is given to the phe- 
nomena of tooth movement and the various appliances required to correct 
malposed teeth. 

This branch also includes definite instruction on the harmony of facial 
lines, the strong points in facial expression, and an explanation of the 
necessity and method of adapting forces to the maldeveloped parts, making 
them more nearly ideal. 

The teaching of Orthodontia is done by a course of lectures and demon- 
strations on models and practical cases obtained from the daily clinics. 



Department of Technics. 



PROSTHETIC CLINIC. 

B. SARGENT WELLS, D.D.S. 

Under the supervision of a chief demonstrator and his assistants, each 
member of the Junior and Senior Classes is required to construct experi- 
mental and practical dentures on the various bases recommended in the 
theoretical course on Dental Prosthesis. Special attention is given to details 
in impression taking, model construction, tooth selection for individual 
cases, their artistic arrangement with an eye single to normal facial resto- 
ration, and proper articulation and occlusion. 

Each Senior student will be required to construct throughout at least 
three practical dentures. 

The instruction of this department is conducted on practical lines, which 
brings the teacher and pupil in personal contact. The facilities for carry- 
ing on the work are modern and complete, and every possible means pro- 
vided whereby a student may acquire proficiency in the art of substituting 
lost masticatory organs. 

PROSTHETIC TECHNICS. 

PROF. AX.EX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S. 

Prosthetic Technics is taught during the first half of the First Session. 
The teaching is done by demonstrations and by personal supervision of 
vulcanite plate construction by the students, beginning with the partial set 
and leading up to the full denture. Each instrument and its use is 
exx>lained and demonstrated. Likewise, all the materials employed in the 

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process. At the close of the Course, a specimen piece is required from each 
student, upon which he is graded. 

OPERATIVE TECHNICS. 

PROF. ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S. 

This instruction is given during the latter half of the First Year, and 
the purpose of it is to familiarize the student with the gross and minute 
anatomy of the natural teeth, to impart the essentials of cavity preparation 
and to enable him to locate what are termed the pulp chamber and the 
root canals, to demonstrate the several cavity and canal filling materials, 
and to train the beginner in manipulation of instruments about the mouth. 

At the termination of the Course, each student is required to prepare a 
cavity and insert a cohesive gold filling, this being the basis of his grade 
for the work in this branch. 

INFIRMARY CLINIC. 

The Infirmary of the Dental Department of the University of Maryland 
is a large, commodious, thoroughly equipped room, 100 by 33 feet in 
dimensions, with ample window space to supply sufficient light for opera- 
tions in the mouth. 

This room is open to the general public every day, except Sundays and 
jther holidays, from 1 :30 to 6 P. M., and the many thousands of patients 
who present themselves during the Session supply abundant means for 
practical experience to the students of the several classes. This has made 
of it one of the best clinics in the country. 

ANAESTHESIA AND EXTRACTING. 

Supplemental to the theoretical instruction given to the students on the 
subject of Anaesthesia through the Chair of Materia Medica and Therapeu- 
tics, special clinics and demonstrations are provided for and conducted in 
connection with the extracting room clinic. 

The many patients coming to this clinic each day give opportunity for 
practical experience and the development of skill in tooth extraction. 
Special attention is given to different cases by the demonstrator in charge, 
such as the extraction of impacted teeth, the skillful removal of roots with 
the least possible mutilation of surrounding parts, the proper methods for 
lancing abscesses, and other incidents accompanying extraction. 

PRACTICAL ANATOMY. 

The instruction given in this section is a part of the First Year Course. 
Each student is required to dissect an entire human subject, material for 
which is supplied by the University. The work is done during the stated 
hours of each weekday, under the personal supervision of the Associate 
Professor of Anatomy and his assistants. 

HOSPITAL CLINICS. 

The advantages of the University Hospital, which is situated in the 
group of University buildings, are at all times open to the students of the 
Dental Department. All classes of operations are conducted in the special 

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amphitheatre, which affords, through its peculiar arrangement, splendid 
opportunity for students to view the technique of the surgeon at his work. 
By attendance on these clinics, the students also gain practical information 
in the use of anaethetics, hoth general and local, which are in daily use. 

TEXT=BOOKS. 

Operative Dentistry: Johnson, Kirk. 

Prosthetic Dentistry: Richard, Turner, Wilson. 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics : Prinz, Buckley, Stevens. 

Physiology: Haliburton, Kirke. 

Anatomy: Gray. 

Chemistry: Simons. 

Histology: Piersol, Storh, Schaefer, Hill. 

Orthodontia: Angle, Talbott, Guilford, Jackson. 

Bacteriology: McFarland, Hiss, Zinsser, Jordan. 

Pathology: Stengel, Coplin, Buchard, Inglis. 

Oral Surgery: Blair, Underwood, Marshall. 

Dental Anatomy: Broumell. 

Medical Dictionary: Gould, Lippincott, Stedman. 

PRIZES. 

The following prizes were awarded to members of the Senior, Junior and 
Freshman Classes of this Dental Department for the Session of 1915-16: 

University Gold Medal for Highest Grade at Final Examinations — 
Richard Fairfax Bundy. 

Honorable Mention for Second Highest Grade — Arthur Clinton Al- 
bert. 

Roll of Honor (ten students of the Senior Class with highest standing 
in order named) — Richard Fairfax Bundy, Arthur Clinton Albert, 
Feliciano Gonzalez, Ralph Finch Brown, Robert Fleetwood Dar- 
win, Max Kentz Baklor, Philip Frebush Schaffer, Everett Laws 
Smith, Bennie Ross Jones, Henry Brown Sowers. 

SENIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

The James H. Harris Gold Medal (for best Non-Cohesive Gold Filling) 
— Henry Brown Sowers. 

First Honorable Mention — Arthur Clinton Albert. 

The F. J. S. Gorgas Gold Medal (for best Cohesive Gold Filling)— 
Charles Thomas Haile. 



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First Honorable Mentio?* — Edwin Barrow Denton. 

Second Honorable Mention — Albert Zimmerman Aldridge. 

The Prof. I. H. Davis Gold Medal (for best Combination Gold Filling) 
— Feliciano Gonzales. 

First Honorable Mention — James Malcolm Adair. 

Second Honorable Mention — Everett Laws S-mith. 

The Prof. B. Merrill Hopkinson Gold Medal (for best Oral Hygiene 
Exhibit) — Gerald Ivanhoe Brandon. 

The Alex. H. Pater son Gold Medal (for best Full Upper Set of Teeth 
on Metal) — Gerald Ivanhoe Brandon. 

First Honorable Mention — Everett Laws Smith. 

Second Honorable Mention — Thomas Olin Broadwater. 

Gold Medal (for best Senior Class Crown and Bridge Work) — Gerald 
Ivanhoe Brandon. 

First Honorable Mention — Bichard Fairfax Bundy. 

JUNIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

The Prosthetic Gold Medal — Harold I. Huckans. 
The Charles R. Deeley Gold Medal (for best Junior Class Crown and 
Bridge Work) — Oscar E. Culler. 

First Honorable Mention— Leland H. Miller. 



FRESHMAN CLASS PRIZES. 

The Luther B. Benton Gold Medal (for best Vulcanite Set of Teeth) — 
Charles B. Martin. 

First Honorable Mention — Henry V. Murray. 

Second Honorable Mention — John E. C. Abbott. 

The Dr. L. W. Farinholt Gold Medal (for best Freshman Class Crown 
and Bridge Work) — Charles B. Martin. 

First Honorable Mention — H. V. Murray. 

Second Honorable Mention — Dan Otto Via. 

The University Gold Medal (for best Freshman Class Cohesive Gold 
Filling) — Charles B. Martin. 

First Honorable Mention — Warder A. Hall. 

Second Honorable Mention — Harvey U. Yeater. 

ORTHODONTIA MEDAL OPEN TO JUNIOR AND SENIOR CLASSES. 

The Dr. Eldridge Bashin Gold Medal (for best Orthodontia Case) — 
DeWitt B. Lancaster. 

First Honorable Mention — Max Kentz Baklor. 



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GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1916. 



James Malcolm Adair Virginia. 

Arthub Clinton Albert West Virginia. 

Albebt Zimmerman Aldbidge Maryland. 

Max Kentz Baklob Maryland. 

Walteb Edwabd Bean New York. 

John Patrick Bell Maryland. 

Danzell Cicebo Blevins North Carolina. 

Gebald Ivanhoe Brandon Jamaica. 

Thomas Olin Broadwater Maryland. 

Ralph Finch Brown New Jersey. 

Alfred Geobge Bbyant Connecticut 

Richabd Faibfax Bundy Rhode Island. 

Habby William Bubns Vermont. 

Chables Robinson Cannon Delaware. 

Hollie Eugene Casstevens North Carolina. 

Robebt Fleetwood Darwin South Carolina. 

Fdward Barrow Denton Virginia. 

Charles Gordon Dentry, Jb Maryland. 

Clyde Kibler Epting South Carolina. 

William Feindt, Jr New Jersey. 

John Reese Funderbubk South Carolina. 

Beliciano Gonzalez New York. 

Chables Thomas Halle Maryland. 

Thomas Jesse Harper South Carolina. 

Elmer Eugene Hobbs Maryland. 

Guy Stanley Johnston Maine. 

Bubnell Pbeston Jones Virginia. 

Bennie Ross Jones Maryland. 

Waxteb Edwabd Lena Massachusetts. 

John Daniel McLeod Alabama. 

John Abbam Magee New York. 

Thomas Regan Malone Maryland. 

Roy Patebson May Pennsylvania. 

William Forest Mabtin Maryland. 

Albert J. Nathanson Maryland. 

Harry Alfred Niles New York. 

H. Leroy Richards Connecticut. 

Philip Fbebush Schaffeb West Virginia. 

Evebett Laws Smith North Carolina. 

Henby Bbown Sowers Virginia. 

Geobge O. Via West Virginia. 

Charles Victor Wahlberg Connecticut 

Raymond M. Weidert Pennsylvania. 

Anthony C. Winner New York. 

M att ii e w G. Welch New York. 

Harold Richard Wolfe West Virginia. 

Frank E. Woods West Virginia. 

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CATALOGUE OF DENTAL STUDENTS. 

SESSION 1915-1916. 

All of these Matriculates conformed to the Requirements for Admission as 
Specified by the Annual Catalogue for each year. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Adair, J. M Virginia I>r. F. W. McCluer. 

Albert, A. C West Virginia Dr. C. W. Albert. 

Aldridge, A. Z Maryland Dr. J. S. Geiser. 

Baklor, M. K Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Bean, W. E' New York Dr. F. B. Askins. 

Bell, J. T Canada Dr. F. Cashman. 

iBennett, L. A Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Blevins, D. C North Carolina Dr. J. R. Gambill. 

Brandon, G. I Jamaica Dr. S. C. De Pass. 

Broadwater, T. O Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Brown, R. F New Jersey Univ. of Maryland. 

Bryant, A. G Connecticut Dr. E. R. Bryant. 

Bundy, R. F Rhode Island Dr. W. O. Bundy. 

Burns, H. W Vermont Univ. of Maryland. 

Clarke, D. W Connecticut Dr. Guilford. 

Cannon, C. R Delaware Dr. C. H. Carter. 

Casstevens, H. E North Carolina Dr. J. G. Marler. 

Darwin, R. F South Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Denton, E. B Virginia Dr. N. W. Denton. 

Dentry, C. G., Jr 31aryland Dr. W. F. Schricker. 

Fpting, C. K South Carolina Dr. W. L. Kibler. 

Feindt, Wm., Jr New Jersey Univ. of Maryland. 

♦Fitzgerald, J. D Connecticut Univ. of Maryland. 

Funderburk, J. R South Carolina Dr. J. E. Funderburk. 

Gonzalez, F New York Dr. E. G. Marr. 

Haile, C. T Maryland Dr. H. J. Burton. 

Harper, T. J South Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Hobbs, E. E Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Johnston, G. S .Maine Univ. of Maryland. 

Jones, B. P Virginia Dr. R. I. Stith. 

Jones, B. R Maryland. Univ. of Maryland. 

*Kendall, A. H .Georgia Univ. of Maryland. 

Lena, W. E Massachusetts Dr. F. A. Lena. 

McLeod, J. D Alabama Dr. A. McLeod. 

Magee, J. A New York Dr. Myers. 

Malone, T. R Maryland Dr. Chas. O'Donovan. 

May, R. P Pennsylvania Dr. A. H. Paterson. 

Martin, W. F Maryland Dr. H. T. Martin. 

*Merrill, A. J Connecticut Dr. S. S. Merrill. 

Morales, J Florida Dr. Barlett. 

*Moran, M. E New Hampshire Dr. B. H. Moran. 

Nathanson, A. J Maryland Dr. J. S. Baker. 

Niles, H. A New York Dr. C. M. Axtell. 

Richards, H. R Connecticut Univ. of Maryland. 

Schafer, P. F West Virginia Dr. E. R. Butts. 

Smith, E. L North Carolina Dr. L. T. Pegram. 

Sowers, H. B Virginia Dr. Wm. Hilton. 

Via, G. A West Virginia Dr. W. B. Skaggs. 

Wahlberg, C. V Connecticut Dr. H. McK. Bevins. 

Weidert, R Pennsylvania Univ. of Maryland. 

Welch, M. G New York Dr. E. M. Welch. 

Winner, A. C New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Wolfe, H. R West Virginia Dr. J. B. Robinson. 

Woods, F. E West Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

*Did not attend. tAttended part session. g^^C. . 

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JUNIOR CLASS. 
Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Acorn, M. D Washington Univ. of Maryland. 

Betts, C. M New Jersey Dr. Edwin Betts. 

Brown, C. T Florida Univ. of Maryland. 

Claiborne, C. H., Jr Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Clarke, J. C Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Cline, C. P North Carolina Dr. S. W. Foster. 

Coble, E. A North Carolina Dr. T. L. Spoon. 

Corrigan, M. D Connecticut Univ. of Maryland. 

*Coyne, David New York 

Cramer, M Maryland Dr. A. Cramer. 

Culler, O. E North Carolina Dr. T. L. Spoon. 

Demarco, L. A Maryland Dr. H. A. Cherry. 

Dozois, G. A New Hampshire Univ. of Maryland. 

Edwards, Z. L North Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Emerson, J. F Brazil Dr. J. G. Emerson. 

Gareau, M. B Connecticut Univ. of Maryland. 

Glanville, F. J New Jersey Univ. of Maryland. 

Godson, J. J New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Huckans, H. I New York Dr. C. F. Becker. 

Lancaster, D. B South Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Manley, F. J Massachusetts Dr. E. T. LeDieke. 

Marsh, A Massachusetts Univ. of Maryland. 

*Martinez, J. L Salvador Univ. of Maryland. 

Miller, L. H Maine Dr. W. S. Miller 

Palmer, E. H New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Sabater, R. F New Jersey Dr. D. M. Sabater. 

Sampson, H New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Santoni, P. J Porto Rico Univ. of Maryland. 

Smith, R. P Maryland Dr. W. G. Smith. 

Tracy, D. L Vermont Dr. C. C. Walker. 

Vina, V. A Cuba Dr. L. A. Cambo. 

Waynick, G. E North Carolina Dr. Kernodle. 

Witten, L. C West Virginia Dr. J. B. Robinson; 

*Wien, I New York 

Wray, E. R New York Dr. H. D. Wray. 

*Did not attend. 



FRESHMAN CLASS. ' 
Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Abbott, J. E. C New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Baker, J. W., Jr Virginia Dr. W. O. Smith. 

Bradshaw, H. F Connecticut Dr. C. F. Bradshaw. 

Brazill, G. K Connecticut Dr. W. J. Brazill. 

P.ressler, C. S Pennsylvania Dr. W. C. Bressler. 

Pueherer, G. C Ohio Dr. Henry Strasser. 

Callejae, S Honduras Univ. of Maryland. 

Chorest, R. P Massachusetts Univ. of Maryland. 

Colwell, H. E Maine Dr. Geo. A. Phillips. 

Conway, C. J Canada Dr. Otto Nase. 

Cooper, H. R, Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

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FRESHMAN CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Cox, Miss E. B North Carolina Dr. J. J. Hamlin. 

Diehl, C. O Maryland Dr. J. S. Diehl. 

Dill, P. S Massachusetts Univ. of Maryland- 
Dunn, M Connecticut . Dr. Maurice Dunn. 

•Dwyer, J. S Massachusetts Dr. F. J. Curtin. 

Egan, J. F Georgia Univ. of Maryland. 

Fitch, W. H., Jr New York Dr. P.H. Fitch. 

Fletcher, Ralph Maine Dr. J. D. Leahy. 

Gaver, O. H Maryland Dr. W. T. Jenkins. 

*Givens, J. W Virginia 

Gray, W. A North Carolina .Dr. W. F. Gray. 

I fall, W. A West Virginia Dr. H. W. Atcherson. 

Ilamil, L. E Massachusetts Univ. of Maryland. 

Ilodgdon, F. A Maine Dr. P. F. M. Gilley. 

♦Horine, C F Maryland 

Horn, I. H .Connecticut Univ. of Maryland. 

Hutson, W. E Maryland Dr. Wilbert Price. 

Knoebel, E. L Maryland Dr. C. V. Matthews. 

Leggo, T. C Connecticut Dr. W. B. Spencer. 

Lewis, Miss B. L North Carolina Dr. T. P. Bullard. 

Levingston, A South Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

♦Lord, J. K Delaware 

McAndrew, John West Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Martin, C. B North Carolina Dr. F. A. Lasley. 

Masses. M Cuba Univ. of Maryland. 

Mitchell, N. R Virginia Dr. W. S. Mitchell. 

Milne, D. McD Maine Dr. Geo. A. Phillips. 

♦Monks, Miss J. F Connecticut 

Montgomery, J. P North Carolina Dr. Wessell. 

Moore, W. T North Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Mora, Miss C. A. Porto Rico Dr. C. R. PouGomez. 

Morin, E. C Rhode Island Dr. O. P. Huot 

Murray, H. V North Carolina Dr. T. L. Spoon. 

Murray, W. J Connecticut Dr. T. J. Murray. 

Miller, A. C North Carolina Dr. J. V. Davis. 

Noel, E. S Massachusetts -.Dr. Smith. 

-O'Donnell, E. J West Virginia Dr. J. B. Robinson. 

Parks, R. C Maryland Dr. W. E. Boyd. 

Pharr, J. R., Jr North Carolina Dr. H. C. Henderson. 

Phinney, A. W New York Dr. Robt. J. Scott. 

Preston, Hal Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Rutrough, J. E Virginia Dr. J. C. Rutrough. 

Sherman, J. L New York Dr. Russell Bird. 

Slovin, S. L Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Smith, C. F Maryland Dr. F. W. Smith. 

Sussman. A. Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Trahan, W. A Rhode Island Univ. of Maryland. 

Temple, C. R New Hampshire Univ. of Maryland. 

Tetu, A. A Rhode Island Dr. O. P. Huot 

Tetreault, R. J Rhode Island Dr. Dandelin. 

Underhill, J. M North Carolina Dr. C. D. Gruver. 

Varden, R. B., Jr Pennsylvania Dr. R. B. Varden. 

Via, D. O Virginia Dr. J. M. Herr. 

Welch, J. E New York Dr. E. M.Welch. 

♦Wilcox, R. J Massachusetts 

Wolverton, L. B West Virginia Dr. J. J. H. Cather. 

♦♦Wood, H. L Vermont Dr. Cullins 

Yeater, H. U. West Virginia Dr. L. M. Basehoar. 

♦Did not attend. ♦♦Special Student. 



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GRADUATES 



OF THE 



University of Maryland, Dental Department. 



Ackrill, F. H., Connecticut 1914 Barr, Wm. H., Canada 1893 Boswell, Henry H., Maryland. 1884 

Adair, J. M., Virginia 1916 Barr, George W., Canada 1902 Boswell, W. 0., Jr., Maryland. .1890 

aiken, D., S. C 1890 Barras, J. D. E., New York. . .1900 Booth, John D., Canada 1891 

Aiken, A. A., Texas 1897 Bartlett, Luis O., Cuba 1895 Boozer, J. W., A.B., S. Car.. .1891 

Aiken, R. W., Texas 1901 Barton, W. J. F., New York.. 1905 Boozer, J. Edwin, South Car... 1893 

Albert, A. C, West Va 1916 Basehoar, 0. S., Penna 1900 Boozer, D. L., Jr. (B.S.), S.C., 1896 

Albrecht, J., Germany 1887 Basehoar, L. M., Penna 1911 Bourdier, J. W., Louisiana. . .1900 

Albright, T. W., New York.. 1884 Basehore, Horace E., Penna... 1886 Bowbeer, N. Grant, Canada. . .1895 

Aldridge, A. Z., Maryland. ... 1916 Bass, Chas. DeL., North Car.. 1910 Bowen, Gilbert M., Canada. . .1901 

Allaire, A. J., Masaachusetts . . 1910 Baskin, Eldridge, South Car.. 1903 Bowker, A. J., New Jersey. .. .1907 

Alexander, C. T., Georgia 1899 Bates, Bobt. A., Virginia 1888 Bowles, Aubrey R., Virginia. .1891 

Allen, L. T., Canada 1912 Baugher, Wm. L., Virginia. . .1912 Bowlus, Emory M., Maryland.. 1891 

Allen, W. Ed., Maryland 1901 Baylis, Chas. F., New York... 1892 Bowman, John 0., Virginia. . .1904 

Allen, J. 0., New York 1905 Beachley, Wm. E., Maryland. .1890 Boyd, Samuel A., California.. .1893 

Allen, H. Roy, Vermont 1906 Beadles, E. Payson, Virginia. .1885 Boyd, Walter G., Maryland. . .1897 

Allen, Robt. E., North Car 1908 Beall, Chas. E., Virginia 1898 Boyden, M. 0., North Car 1899 

Allison, G., Virginia 1900 Bean, J. H., Massachusetts.. . .1888 Boyette, O. S., North Car 1891 

Allwine, Harry W., Nebraska. .1891 Bean, W. E., New York 1916 Boyle, T. L., New York 1910 

Allworth, Jas. D., New York.. 1908 Beale, John C. C, Maryland. . 1892 Boyle, Elvie S., Maryland 1891 

Alton, W. Wolsley, Canada. .. 1892 Beck, Frank, Pennsylvania. ... 1889 Boyajian, Garabed, Turkey. . .1887 

Amend, Emil, Germany 1886 Becker, Charles F., Penna. .. .1902 Braendle, S. E., Pennsylvania. 1892 

Anderson, J. P., South Car 1891 Bedenbaugh, A. J., South Car.. 1913 Bragdon, Chas. J., Maine 1899 

Anderson, W. 0., Virginia 1892 Bedinger. A. F. G.. New York.. 1903 Bragg, K. R., Missouri 1889 

Anderson, Fred S., Canada. . . .1897 Beland, W. C, Massachusetts.. 1914 Bragg, Laurence A., Virginia. .1901 

Anderson, W. E., South Car. ..1898 Belcher, L. L., West Va 1908 Bratton, Daniel, Maryland 1911 

Anderson, Geo. J., Maine 1902 Bell, Mabrey B., Maryland. . . .1896 Bradford, H. C, Virginia 1885 

Anderson, J. F., North Car.. . .1909 Bell, A. Marvin, Canada 1903 Biandon, G. I., Jamaica 1916 

Anders, F. R., North Car 1910 Bell, J. P., Canada 1916 Brawner, Chas. J., Georgia. . .1887 

Ansley, C. D., Massachusetts. .1910 Bell, L. D., Bermuda 1914 Breault, H. C. Raoul, Conn.... 1897 

Apple, Robt. O., North Car 1907 Bemis, A. A., Massachusetts. .. 1887 Breeden, B. B., South Car 1883 

Apple, Troy A., North Car 1907 Benjamin, Jas. G., Montana . ..1891 Bressler, W. C, Penna 1884 

Applewhite, E. J., Virginia. . .1907 Best, John P., South Car 1896 Bressler, Geo. L., Penna 1896 

Archambault, M., Rhode Id.. . .1905 Besore, J. Henry, Maryland. . .1897 Bresnahan, John H., Maine. . .1901 

Armstrong, H. T., Canada. .. .1896 Bereston, Arthur, Maryland. .. 1909 Briggs, E. Fred., Maine 1903 

Armstrong Robt. E., Iowa 1900 Berkhimer, H. L., Penn 1904 Bristol, F. R., New York 1914 

Arnold, F. L., Rhode Island.. 1893 Bernhardt, D. A., Penna 1912 Broadwater, T. O., Maryland. .1916 

Arnold, Jos. P., Texas 1900 Berry, Wm. C, Virginia 1888 Brobst, Millard C, Ohio 1904 

Arthur, Walter C, Penna 1895 Berry, John R., Virginia 1890 Brockett, Raymond W., Conn.. 1913 

Asbill, F. G., South Carolina. .1892 Berryhill, A. M., North Car. ..1907 Broecking, A., Germany 1899 

Ashbrook, Wm. B., Penna 1895 Beville, Alex. J.. Texas 1892 Brook, Geo. G. F., California. .1896 

Askins, F. B., New York.... 1914 Bibeau, R. A., Massachusetts. . 1914 Brookes, S. O., Virginia 1896 

Atchison, H. W., West Va 1908 Bigham, Jas. B., South Car... 1884 Brooker, P. DuB., South Car.. 1899 

Austin, Aug. L., West Va 1901 Binder. Harry W., Maryland. .1912 Brooks, Archie C, New York. .1904 

Austin, N. E., New York 1910 Bird, Wm. Russell, New York. 1915 Bross, A. A., Connecticut 1914 

Aven, Chas. G., Virginia 1889 Birdsall, Chas. C, New York.. 1901 Brotherton, Sam. S., Iowa 1891 

Avery, S. De L., South Car 1893 Bishop, C. H., New York 1896 Brown, Claude D., Virginia. ..1885 

Ayer, J. M., North Carolina. . 1890 Bishop Chas. G., New York... 1902 Browne, Wilbur F., Maine. ... 1899 

Ayers, Charles E., Penna 1897 Bixby, Clarence E., Vermont. .1913 Brown, Fred. H., Vermont. .. 1898 

Bachman, A. M. 0., Maryland. 1901 Black, John A., New Jersey.. 1912 Brown, M. M., Mississippi. .. .1899 

Bachman, E. H., Maryland. . .1909 Black, Thos., Jr., South Car... 1913 Brown, Wm. S., Jr., S. Car... 1890 

Baden, Frank A., Maryland. . .1886 Blackiston, T. C, West Va...l888 Brown, Wm. S., Maryland. ... 1899 

Badger, Aug. P., Maryland. .. .1889 Blackwelder, L. D., Penna.. .. 1895 Brown, John F., Maryland. .. .1900 

Baer, Benj. F., Penna 1888 Blackburn, Frank G., Penna.. .1903 Brown, John H., Ohio 1884 

Bagby, H. C, M. D., Calif 1891 Blair, Jos. P., Virginia 1889 Brown, A. Stanley, Maryland. . 1905 

Bailey, M. A., South Car 1885 Blaisdell, H. W., New Hamp.,1910 Brown, Leroy D., Florida 1913 

Bailey, E. J., South Oar 1889 Blakeslee, G. W., New York.. 1888 Brown, Lewis R., Arizona. .. .1905 

Baker, Jos. Maben, Arkansas. .1887 Blakeslee, F. E., New York... 1894 Brown, Samuel B., Maryland. . 1905 

Baker, H. Clagett, West Va...l895 Blalock, Capers W., Florida. .. 1891 Brown, H. N., Rhode Island.. 1910 

Baker, Albert D., Maryland. .. 1897 Blanchard, P. H., Vermont. .. 1912 Brown, J. O.. Pennsylvania. . .1904 

Baker, Jas. H., North Car 1899 Blatt, D. P., Maryland 1912 Brown, R. F., New Jersey. . .1916 

Baker, Wm. J., Penna 1896 Blatt, Harry G., Maryland. ... 1905 Browning, J. B., Rhode Isl...l900 

Baker, Luther P., North Car.. 1907 Blevins, D. C, No. Car 1916 Bruce, Wm. W., West Va 1886 

Baklor, M. K., Maryland 1916 Bliss, Barnet, Russia 1896 Bruce, George L., Maryland. .1891 

Baldwin, J. H., Kentucky. . . .1883 Blauvelt, D. B., New York. . . .1887 Bruce, Wallace B., Maryland. .1910 

Baldwin, D. H., Virginia. ... 1891 Blubaugh, C. B., M.D., W.Va...l884 Brugeille, Emile, France 1886 

Banks, F. A., Michigan 1883 Bobbitt, A. M., North Car 1900 Brumberger, M., New York. ..1915 

Banks, Robert H., Virginia. .. 1906 Bodine, S. D., Penna 1897 Biyant, A. G., Connecticut. ... 1916 

Barber, M. J., Canada 1903 Bohnson, John C, Maine 1904 Bucher, Jesse C, Virginia. .. .1900 

Barbot, V. D., South Car 1889 Bond, Wm. IT., Georgia 1912 Buchannan, W. F., North 0...1902 

Barnard, Nathaniel, West Va.. . 1913 Bonney, Harold E., Virginia. . 1912 Buhrman, Roy A., Maryland. . 1909 

Barnitz, Dabney G., Virginia. .1892 Bonnoitt, L. W., Virginia. ... 1911 Buhtz, Martin, Germany 1898 

Barr, Fredk. A., Montana 1891 Bookhart, T. W., South Car... 1886 Buist, Charles A., So. Car 1915 

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Bumgerner, A. L., Penna 1895 Collins, Wm. H., Virginia. ... 1890 de Jonghy Jordan, Juan J., Cuba. l'Jl:} 

Bumgarner, Wm. D., Penna. ..1908 Collins, C. E., Maryland 1897 Delamer, D. B., Penna 1883 

Bunch, George A., Jr., So. C..1913 Colvin, Ronald B., Penna. ... 1902 Delaney, L. W., New Jersey. .1912 

Bundy, R. F., Rhode Island.. 1916 Colvin, Daniel C, Penna 1906 Dennis, Win. \\\, Georgia. ... 1892 

Bundy, W. C, Rhode Island. .1914 Combs, Robert L., Texas 1896 Dennis, G. E., North Car 1905 

Bunn, Percy Albert, Mass 1913 Combs, Warren S. P., Dela....l906 Denton, N. W., Virginia 1883 

Burckhalter, G. W., Georgia. . 1901 Comegys, Thos. M., Tenn 1885 Denton, E. B., Virginia 1916 

Burfeind, Wm. M. H., Calif... 1894 Comegys, John M., Tenn 1884 Dcntry, C. G., Jr., Maryland. . 1916 

Burd, W. S., Pennsylvania. . .1892 Conger, LeRoy J., Canada. ... 1898 De Pass, A. R., South Car... 1902 

Burgess, B. C, Connecticut. . .1906 Conklin, F. G., New York.... 1883 De Pass, 8. C, Jamaica 1902 

Burgess, J. H., South Car 1888 Connally, W. F., Georgia 1896 Dial, Richard T., South Car.. .1905 

Burk, A. H., New Jersey. . ..1912 Connor, Wm. H., New Jersey. .1891' Diaz, A. L. C, Porto Rico. . . .1910 

Burke, A. S., Pennsylvania.. .1892 Conrad, T. E., Louisiana 1900 Diehl, John S., Penna 1886 

Burkholder, M. O., Virginia. .1888 Conyers, W. T., Bermuda. ... 1903 Diehl, Ervin J., Penna 1903 

Burns, H. McK., Connecticut. .1910 Cooke, Frank J., Texas 1885 Diddle, John H., West Va 1892 

Burns, H. W., Vermont 1916 Cooke, Ernest J., Panama 1898 Dieffenderfer, Wm. E. (M.D.), 

Burns, Wm. B., Pennsylvania.. 1903 Cooley, J. J., Massachusetts. .1914 District of Columbia 1888 

Burroughs, E. Lee, Maryland. .1898 Cooper, W. H., North Car.. . .1896 Diffenderfer, S. D., Penna 1894 

Burrows, R., Connecticut 1911 Cooper, Francis M., Missouri. . 1902 Dill, Arthur A., Canada 1906 

Bush, W. G., New York 1905 Copp, George V., Virginia 1884 Dimock, W. E., Canada 1905 

Bush, Wiley L., Georgia 1900 Copp, Benj. F., Virginia 1895 Dinjian, Manoog D., Turkey.. 1888 

Bushong, John H., Virginia. ..1897 Copeland, Jas. R., South Car.. 1899 Dion, Jean B. W., Mass 1913 

Burt, Samuel S., New York.. 1900 Copelan, Moses C, Virginia. .. 1906 Dobbin, Arthur H. New York. .1909 

Burton, Hugh J., Maryland. . .1907 Copenhaver, E. M., Virginia. . .1892 Dobson, Fred. W., Canada. . . .1904 

Burton, G. A., Delaware 1906 Cornell, Julius M., Conn 1909 Dobson, Wm. E., New York.. 1892 

Butler, Geo. N., Brazil 1908 Correoso, P. N., Jamaica 1902 Dodson, E. R. (M.D.), Md....l889 

Buttler, G., Jr., New Jersey.. 1884 Cottingham, W. J., South Car.. 1902 Dodson, R. Delamer, Penna... 1883 

Butts, F. R., West Virginia. .1902 Couret, J. S., Louisiana 1896 Dommett, H. W., New York... 1894 

Byers, W. Bolivar, South Car. .1892 Courtney, C. H., North Car... 1908 Donnelly, J. G., New Jersey.. 1911 

Byers, S. M., Pennsylvania. .. 1893 Courtney, Wm. F., Conn 1911 Dooley, Walter A., New York. . 1913 

Byrd, Oscar Frank, Virginia. .1890 Covington, T. S. D., Jr., Va.. .1889 Dorchester, W. E., New York.. 1884 

Bryner, L. G., Pennsylvania. . 1909 Cramer, Abraham, Maryland. .1907 Doremus, J. L., France 1892 

Cahill, W. D. Y., Virginia 1909 Craig, St. G. T., Kentucky. . . .1890 Dorman, R. O., New York 1904 

Callaway, Chas. L., West Va. . .1908 Creet, Wm. D., New York 1907 Dotterer, Thos., South Car 1894 

Callaway, S. M., West Va 1910 Criswell, J. Calvin, Penna 1895 Dorset, Wm. E., Virginia 1885 

Cambo, Lucas Angel, Cuba... 1911 Crowell, Fred. J., New H 1887 Doud, Chas. F., New York.... 1910 

Cameron, M. D., New York... 1904 Cross, T. A., West Virginia. . .1888 Douglass, H. E., New York... 1887 

Camp, J. O., Connecticut. .. .1912 Crothers, Arthur B., Penna... 1902 Douglass, R. W., Weal Va 1900 

Campbell, Paul, New York 1883 Crowe, Emory W., Maryland. .1904 Douglass, E. G., New York... 1906 

Campbell, Oscar J., Virginia. . 1886 Crews, Robert W., North 0...1911 Douglass, S. E., North Car 1907 

Campbell, H. Wood, Virginia. . 1889 Crumrine, Russell E., Penna.. 1901 Downey, Geo. C, Mast 1910 

Campbell, Walter W., Mass 1910 Cuny, A. A. T. W., Germany . .1889 Doyle, Bert E., New York 1904 

Cannon, C. R., Delaware 1916 Curtis, J. W., New Jersey ... .1883 Dreher, Geo. C, New Jersey.. 1910 

Caraballo, C. J., Phar.D.,Cuba, 1909 Culliney, Miles M., Conn 1907 Dressel, Leonard, Maryland. .. 1900 

Carlisle, J. P., South Car 1885 Cutchin, Rich. S., N. Oar 1906 Drummond, R. J., South Car.. 1910 

Carlton, J. W., North Car. ...1899 Cutting, Almond J., Mass 1884 Duff, James L., Canada 1897 

Carlton, J. DeL., North Car... 1904 Dailey, W. B. (B.Ph.), Ohio.. 1899 Duff, D. E., South Carolina. .1902 

Carlton, F. D., North Car 1907 Danforth, David C, Texas 1915 Dula, A. M., North Carolina. .1905 

Carpenter, B. J., New York.. 1898 Daniel, Henry C, North Car.. .1894 Dunn, M. S., Connecticut. ... 1914 

Carpenter, Elbert C, New Yk.. 1913 Daniel, Samuel S., South Car.. 1888 Dunn, H. McK.. Nebraska. .. 1900 

Carriere, Joseph N., Mass 1902 Daly, Claude S., New York. . .1898 Dunphy, G. A., Rhode Island. .1914 

Carroll, Norwood G., North C..1893 Darden, Percy J., North Car.. 1908 Dunne, Jos. H., Mass 1905 

Carroll, Willie S., Virginia. . . .1902 Dare, C. E., New Jersey 1904 Durling, A. D., Canada 1909 

Cessard, Stuart, Maryland 1890 Darwin, R. F., South Car 1916 Earle, Wm., South Carolina. .1891 

Cssstevens, H. E., No. Car... 1916 Dashiell, E. B., Maryland. ... 1883 Earle, B. D., South Carolina. .1894 

Carter, Sanford J.. Georgia. . .1909 Daudelin, Jos. A., Mass 1909 Early, E. A., South Carolina. .1903 

Carter, Eva C, Virginia. ... 1914 Davies, James Wm., Canada.. 1913 Early, Jas. B., Virginia 1906 

Carter, Joseph W., Missouri. . .1885 Davila, Jose A., Mexico 1915 Earman, J. S., Virginia 1900 

Carter, Wm. J., Georgia 1895 Davis, Isaac H., Maryland. .. .1884 Easterday, C. M., Maryland. .1902 

Casey, Charles H., Rhode I. ..1913 Davis, L. Wilson, Maryland. .. 1888 Eastman, Howard, Maryland. . 1896 

Carvalho, J. C, Massachusetts. .1914 Davis, E. D., West Virginia. .. 1889 Eckenrode, H. M., Virginia. .. 1901 

Cuvens, Wm. W., New York.. 1895 Davis, Wray W., Virginia 1890 Edgell, F. P., Maryland 1905 

Chufee, Aug. H., South Car... 1886 Davis, Henry W., Virginia. . .1893 Edgers, Eben B., Vermont. . .1892 

Chase, Henry E., MasB 1887 Davis, W. L., California 1893 Edwards, L. M., North Car... 1907 

Chamblin, John A., Florida. .. 1908 Davis, C. A., Wisconsin 1894 Edmonds, B. B., Virginia. .. .1909 

Champagne, A. C, New York. .1908 Davis, Daniel K., South Car.. .1901 Eichholts, Robt. W., Penna.. .1892 

Chapman, Halle F., Kansas. . .1898 Davis, Henry E., Virginia. .. .1904 Eiker, J. T., District of Col... 1887 

Charron, W. Arthur, Mass.... 1909 Davis, Ernest Lee, Maryland. .1905 Elgin, J. Benj., Maryland. ... 1902 

Charbonnel, E. A., Wash 1897 Davis, Horace M., Maryland. .1905 Ellett, Chas. A., Virginia 1903 

Chargin, Marcus, Russia 1896 Davis, J. Vernon, North Car. ..1909 Ellington, R. H., North Car... 1912 

Cherry, H. A., New York 1905 Davis, Richard W., Georgia. .1910 Elliott, Wm. K., Virginia 1901 

Chew, Charles E., Maryland. .1904 Davis, H. (M.D.), Missouri. .1889 Ellis, Pearl L., Vermont 1889 

Chessrown, F. Wayne, Penna.. 1891 Davidson, W. L., South Oar... 1910 Ellis, John J., South Car 1896 

Chisholm, John J., Alabama.. . 1887 Davenport, A., North Carolina. 1910 Ellison, E. L., West Virginia. .1904 

Chisholm, Jas. C, Alabama. .. 1894 Dawson, E. B., New York 1898 Ellison, Francis J., Maryland. .1912 

Chisholm, Wm. W., Georgia. .. 1901 Dawson, Roy B., West. Va....l912 Emerson, Jos. G., Brazil 1886 

Cion, Benj. B., New York 1904 Dean, J. W., West Virginia. .1888 Emerson, L. T., Brazil 1890 

Claggett, Thos. J., Maryland. .1911 Dean, S. P., Maryland 1900 Engelskircher, E. M., New H.. 1900 

Clark, M. H. Pettway, N. C. .1891 Dean, Geo. F., West Virginia. .1905 Epes, Travis F., Virginia 1907 

Clark, Eugene F., New York.. 1898 DeConti, A., Rhode Island. .. .1910 Epting, C. K., So. Carolina. .. 1916 

Clark, W. H., New Hamp 1912 Deekens, W. F., Virginia 1892 Etchison, Bates, Maryland 1905 

Cline, F. J., Virginia 1899 Deekens, A. V., Maryland 1898 Etheredge, E. J., South Car.. 1896 

Cobean, George C, Penna 1902 Demms, J. H., Jr., Maryland. .1892 Evans, R. D., South Wales. . .1884 

Cocco, S. A., Dominican Rep.. 1914 Deichman, Geo. L., Maryland. .1891 Evans, E. T., Dlinois 1900 

Cockrill, Robt. B., Montana.. .1896 DeFernelmont, E., Belgium. . .1903 Everhart, D. G., Maryland. .. 1910 

Cochrane, Oran L., California. 1905 Degenring, A., New Jersey .... 1904 Ewald, Will H., Virginia 1891 

Coffman, Clifton S., West Va..l906 Degnan, Wm. M., Conn 1907 Ewig, Louis, Switzerland 1892 

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Ewing, Jas. E., Nebraska. .. .1901 Gallagher, R. T., Nortn Car... 1898 Haller, Jake V., Virginia 1851 

Eyler, Clayton G, Penna 1898 Gallup, Frank C, Conn 1884 Haller, Wm. H., Virginia. .. .1896 

Fahrney, W. B., Virginia 1898 Gamard, E. A., Louisiana 1899 Hamlet, J. M., Virginia 1888 

Fajardo, A., Cuba 1914 Gambill, J. R., Virginia. ... .1909 Hamilton, E. C, Virginia. .. .1898 

Fajardo, H. A. I., Cuba 1910 Ganzburg, Abraham, Mass 1909 Hamilton, W. T. F., So. Car... 1901 

Falcao, A. deA., Brazil 1910 Gansburg, Isaac I., Conn 1912 Hamilton, S. J., New York... 1911 

Falls, P. R., North Carolina. . 1899 Garbrecht, H., Germany 1887 Hamlin, Jos. J., North Car... 1912 

Farinholt, Leroy W., Virginia. 1898 Gardner, John, Maryland 1897 Halpern, S., New York 1900 

Farley, A. Paul, Connecticut. . 1897 Gardner, Henry S., West Va..l909 Hammet, B. J., South Car.... 1914 

Farmer, Wm. W., Virginia. .. 1893 Garland, W. S., New Hamp.,1907 Hammond, W. F., New York. .1899 

Farusworth, A. W., Vermont. . 1900 Garneau, Peter A., Mass 1906 Hammond, F. E., New York.. 1899 

Farr, James Wm., Conn 1915 Garrett, John F., North Car. .1883 Hammond, C. Wm., Penna.. . .1900 

Farrell, Roscoe M., North C. ..1913 Garrison, Ernest C, Virginia. .1903 Hamer, J. H., Jr., South Oar. .1903 

Farris, C. Dixie, Georgia 1892 Gartrell, Julian, Maryland. .. .1888 Hamrick, C. T. t North Car... 1910 

Faucette, J. W., North Car... 1897 Gasque, Elly A., South Car... 1886 Hand, Wm. L., North Car 1905 

Faulkner, Geo. McC, Penna. .1887 Garzouzi, Edward, Egypt 1907 Hankin, W. E., New York. .. .1899 

Feamster, J. H., West Va 1903 Gayle, John H., Louisiana. ... 1904 Harban, L. Lee, Maryland. .. 1887 

Feild, Wm. M., Virginia 1891 Gee, H. Eugene, South Car... 1894 Harbaugh, D. L., Penna 1914 

Feindt, Wm., Jr., N. Jersey.. 1916 Geiser, John S., Penna 1895 Hardesty, Geo*. N., Virginia. .. 1898 

Feldmeyer, Geo. T., Maryland. 1888 George, 0. Ohanler, Illinois. . .1894 Hargrove, Geo. H., So. Oar... 1892 

Feldstein, S. M. (M.D.).N.Y.. 1911 George, Marwood S., Canada.. 1904 Hargrove, M. L., North Car... 1908 

Felker, Charles, New York.... 1890 Georgion, Arsenius, Turkey ... 1907 Hargrove, S. J., Jr., Georgia.. 1911 

Felix, Achilles F., Mass 1903 Getchel, J. L., Maryland 1901 Harloy, R. L., South Car 1890 

Felix, Arthur M., Mass 1904 Getz, Albert C, Maryland. .. .1913 Harkinson, F. R., California. .1898 

Ferguson, W. C. Y., Canada.. 1887 Gibbs, W. D., North Car 1914 Harmon, O. J., New Hamp...l892 

Fillmore, W. A., California. .1899 Gieseler, Wilbert D., West Va.. 1910 Harper, Chas M., Virginia. . .1888 

Filter, Claus H., Germany 1884 Gifford, C. B., New York 1906 Harper, Adelard J., Mass 1898 

Fenn, Henry J., New York... 1890 Gilbert, Geo. C, New Jersey. .1901 Harper, Carl C, North Car.. .1910 

Finch, H. M., Connecticut. .. .1911 Gilder, J. K., Jr., South Car.. .1906 Harper, T. J., So. Carolina. .. 1916 

Finnegan, Eugene, New York. 1897 Gilkinson, Albert W., Ohio.... 1901 Harrington, A. A., New York. 1910 

Firey, Edgar A., Maryland. . .1904 Gill, Edwin J., North Car 1892 Harrower, J. W., Virginia 1907 

Fish, Wm. L., New Jersey. . .1889 Gilley, Philip F. M., Maine 1913 Harrower, A. D. S., Virginia. .1911 

Fischer, G. J. U„ Jr., N. J 1901 Gilmore, W. G., New York. . .1902 Harris, Jas. E., Maryland 1884 

Fitch, Perry M., New York... 1903 Gilroy, Lawrence E., Canada.. 1902 Harris, Edwin L., Mass 1887 

Fitzgerald, Edward J., Maine. 1913 Glasscock, Eli H., Missouri. . .1892 Harris, Henry F., Virginia. .. 1891 

Fitzgerald, J. E., Maryland. . .1888 Glatfelter, Harvey E., Penna.. 1890 Harris, T. A., Missouri 1900 

Fitzpatrick, H. E., New H 1912 Gleason, Geo. R., Florida 1904 Harris, Asa I., Virginia 1899 

Fleishman, Joel, Rhode Isl....l913 Gluckman, S. H., New Jersey, 1911 Hart, Marion Y., Virginia. .. .1891 

Fleming, Milton S., Louisiana. 1898 Goebreicher, David, Maryland, 1889 Hartman, Dennis R., Penna... 1900 

Fleming, J. M., Jr., N. Car... 1895 Goldberg, E. H., Maryland. .. 1894 Hartman, Curtis LeR., Penna., 1897 

Flood, John A., New Hamp. ..1904 Goldberg, Edwin L., Penna... 1913 Hartnett, Wm. J., Conn 1894 

Flood, P. H. A., New Hamp.. 1906 Golden, Frank A., Conn 1904 Harty, E. Allen, Jamaica 1908 

Flook, Dawson Y., Maryland. . 1912 Goldstrom, L., Maryland 1914 Harvey, Hunter E., Virginia. .1913 

Flowers, Henry H., Maryland. 1910 Gonzalez, F., New York 1916 Hataling, Geo. W., New York. .1883 

Flynn, Wm. E., Rhode Island.. 1913 Gordy, Arthur P., Georgia 1897 Hartwig, Chas. W., Maryland. 1886 

Flynn, Frank H., Maine 1910 Gorgas, H. F., Maryland 1891 Hawley, H. G., New York 1899 

Findon, John W., Maryland. .1905 Gould, W. Gordon, Conn 1897 Hawley, Geo. M., Vermont 1901 

Findon, Joseph H., Maryland.. 1905 Gould, Horace L., Maine 1903 Hawes, Ivey Lee, North Car.. 1906 

Foard, Arthur 0., Maryland. . .1912 Gough, Albert H., Delaware. .1903 Hays, Pleasant S., Ohio 1898 

Foley, H. J., Massachusetts. . 1914 Goyco, R. G., Porto Rico 1914 Hayes, E. P., Penna 1889 

Foley, Thos. A., Connecticut. .1908 Graft, W. J., New Jersey 1910 Hayes, Will W., Penna 1891 

Folsom, Henry A., Vermont. . 1911 Graham Fredk. R., Canada. . .1905 Hayes, Chas. F., Mass 1909 

Foote, Nathan E., New York.. 1884 Graham, Chas. C, Texas. .. .1890 Hayden, John F., Penna 1902 

Foote, N. F., New York 1897 Grant, Wm. W., Md 1909 Healey, P. T., New York 1905 

Foreman, John McC, Penna... 1897 Graves, J. Wm., Missouri. ... 1890 Healey, D. E., New York 1911 

Ford, S. C, North Carolina. . .1907 Gravel, Arthur H., Mass 1909 Healey, J. F„ New York 1912 

Fording, Charles E., Ohio 1898 Gray, Wm. F., Virginia 1887 Heatwole, T. O., Virginia 1895 

Fording, James D., Ohio 1903 Gray, Bennett, Maryland 1908 Hebbel, Chas. W., Maryland. .1885 

Foster, A. S., South Carolina. .1902 Greenawalt, A. H.(D.D.S.),Pa.l886 Hebert, Arthur H., Mass 1915 

Foster, H. K., North Car 1914 Green, Walter E., Maryland. .1904 Hecker, Anton J. Germany. . .1887 

Foster, M. S., Maryland 1904 Greene, E. S., Jr., Virginia. . .1906 Heermans, W. S. H., Jr., N.Y., 1911 

Foster, Ethan W., South Car.. 1905 Greene, E., North Carolina. .. 1907 Hege, Harvey R., North Oar.. 1913 

Fountleroy, T. T., Virginia. .. .1899 Greene, Howard C, Conn 1911 Hegner, J. 8., Switzerland 1895 

Fournier, Jos., Jr., New York.. 1885 Greenberg, J. A., Maryalnd. . .1913 Heisler, Charles F., Penna 1897 

Fox, Lawrence S., North Car.. 1892 Greenough, J. M., Jamaica. . .1896 Heuisler, J. G., Maryland 1889 

Frank, George W., Mass 1906 Gregoire, O. E., Rhode Island, 1898 Heffelbower, J. E. M., Texas.. 1894 

Franklin, Robt. A., Georgia. .. 1900 Grempler, G. J., Maryland 1883 Helm, John W., Maryland 1885 

Frantz, Christian G, Penna... 1887 Grempler, H. T., Maryland. .. 1912 Helms, L. W., New York 1905 

Frantz, Henry. Illinois 1896 Grieves, C. J., Maryland 1888 Henderson, H. C, No. Car... 1895 

Frederick, J. H., Maryland. .. 1914 Grom, Jos. B., New Jersey .. .1898 Henneberger, L. P., Penna. ..1911 

Free, Harry A., Penna 1889 Grom, Fredk. S., New Jersey. . 1900 Henry, Robt. Lee, Georgia. .. .1897 

Freed, Alex., Russia 1902 Groshans, Ferd., Maryland 1885 Herbin, Wm. H., North Car.. 1913 

Freeman, Harold W., Illinois. .1898 Gross, B., Connecticut 1914 Herman, Benj. F., Conn 1911 

Freeman, H. A., Maryland. .. 1907 Grove, J. Wm., Penna 1891 Heronemus, J. E., Maryland. . 1907 

Freiberger, Leo, Austria 1911 Grove, Herbert D., Virginia. . 1902 Herr, Frank T., Maryland 1912 

Friedland, E. J., Russia 1896 Groves, M., South Carolina. .1914 Herr, John M., Penna 1909 

Freischlag, C. P., New York.. 1906 Grunberj?, A., Roumania 1898 Herbert J. E. f West Virginia. . 1903 

Freischlag, Edward, New Y...1913 Guard, B. A., Virginia 1914 Hess, Lewis E., Maryland 1892 

Frew, Athol Lee, New York.. 1905 Guerra, M. G., Massachusetts. .1914 Hewett, Vinton L., Indiana. . .1908 

Frith, A. H., Bermuda 1897 Haas, Jos. A., New York 1889 Hickey, Theron J., Penna.. . .1913 

Frost, Henry S., Maine 1902 Hachman, E., Maryland 1914 Hicks, H. W., Mass 1909 

Funderburk, J. E., South Oar.. 1908 Hague, Geo. H., New Jersey.. 1905 Hicks, Robt. L., South Car... 1912 

Funderburk, J. R., So. Car. ..1916 Haff, Frank IN.. New York... 1890 High, Daniel P., North Car... 1911 

Furman, Chas. L New York. 1886 Haile, C. T., Maryland 1916 Highkin, D. S., Maryland 1914 

Furman, Joel Nelson, N. Yk..l887 Haines, W. Oakley, Maryland. 1891 Hildebrand, G. O., Virginia. .1905 

Furman, Isaac W., New York. 1890 Hair, Harrison B., South Oar.. 1901 Hill, Chas. R., Australia 1885 

Gaddy, Risden B., North Car.. 1911 Hall, N. G., Rhode Island 1905 Hill, George E., Maine 1905 

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Hill, Ernest B., West Va 1902 Jenkins, W. T., West Va 1914 Leib, Harry C, Maryland 1904 

Hills, Reuben B., Mass 1889 Jernigan, Geo. F., Texas 1895 Leininger, J. J., New York.. 1914 

Himmler, Chas. W., Maryland. 1900 Jenkins, Oliver L., Maryland. . 1913 Leinley, C. E., Virginia 1884 

Hines, P. Edmond, No. Car.... 1888 Jeter, Ireneus, South Car 1888 Leonard, C. W., New Jersey.. 1898 

Hines, Wm. E., North Car 1908 Johnson, Silas J., Virginia. .. 1892 Leonard, B. F. (M.D.), N.J. ..1900 

Hiney, Geo. H, Conn 1906 Johnson, John N. North Car. ..1899 Lena, W. E., Massachusetts. .. 1916 

Hirsch Sandal, New York.... 1908 Johnson, Francis M., No. Car. .1901 Lepine, A. H., Massachusetts. .1914 

Hiscox, Vernon, Connecticut. .1896 Johnson, H. Kneece, No. Car.. 1909 Leslie, Geo. fc>., ivew York.... 1906 

Hoag, David E., New York. . . .1895 Johnston, Geo. S., Canada. . . .1899 Lester, Bliss A., Canada 1905 

Kobbs, E. E., Maryland 1916 Johnston, Guv S., Maine 1916 Levenson, J., Maryland 1914 

Hodge, S. Dwight, Vermont. .. 1884 Johnston, S. B., Virginia 1911 Levy, David A., Maryland... 1905 

Hoffman, John H, Virginia. . .1886 Jones, B. P., Virginia 1916 Lewers, D. Brown, England 1903 

Hoffman, J. H, Maryland. ... 1891 Jones, B. R., Maryland 1916 Lewis, H. F., New Hamp 1914 

Hoffman, John G., Virginia. .. 1897 Jones, Edward T., Virginia. .. 1891 Lewis, Jacob W., Maryland 1915 

Hoffman, W. C. B., No. Car.. .1899 Jones, Clarence L., Ohio 1896 Lewis, Wm. E., Florida *1884 

Hoffman, S. B., Maryland. .. .1908 Jones, Arthur B., Bermuda ... 1899 Lewis, Thos. S., Penna.! ! ' '. ' ' 1898 

Hoffman, A. J., New Jersey.. 1911 Jones, C. C, Louisana 1903 Lewis, Wm. J., New York 1907 

Hoffman, Thos. H., Penna 1912 Jones, Beverly, West Virginia. 1904 Lightner, Harry A Penna ' ' 'l900 

Holbrook, E. G., Maryland 1900 Jones, Ernest J., Conn 1904 Lightner, Walter S Penna"' 1907 

Holland, Wm. H., So. Car 1889 Jordan, B. Arthur, California. .1892 Lindsay, Wm. S., South Car ' 1894 

Holland, A. B., North Car 1901 Jordan, J. R. (Ph.G.), Georgia.1909 Lindsay, H. B., (A B ) S O "l896 

Holland, L. C, Virginia 1904 Josselyn, Eli E. (M.D.), Can. .1885 Lindsey, Charles T., Virginia '" 1889 

Holliday, R. F., No. Car 1905 Judd, John H., North Car 1898 Lineweaver, W. T, Virginia " 189Q 

Hollinger, David G., Penna... 1899 Judd, Jesse E., North Oar 1898 Lind, Oscar M., Maryland 'l905 

Holmes, Chas. D., Jr., Texas.. 1898 Jureidini, G. K., Egypt 1911 Link, Chas. W., West Va'"'l895 

Holmes, M. C, Maryland 1914 Justice, M. L. (M.D.), No. C..1911 Linscott, Albert F., Ohio " 'l900 

Holt, Charles R., New York.. 1888 Justiz, Alfredo E., Cuba 1911 Linscott, Geo. E., Ohio. . ! ! ' ' 'l902 

Holt, James W., Massa 1913 Kahn, Edmund, Maryland. .. .1904 Linthicum, T. S., Maryland 1900 

Honick, Henry, Maryland. . . .1915 Kean, Jas. L., Virginia 1887 Lisbona, M. R., New York. . . !l903 

Hoodner, Franci6 A., Penna. ..1903 Keepers, John A., Penna 1888 Littlejohn, T. F., South Car 1904 

Hoopes, Samuel W., Maryland. 1887 Kefauver, Noel E., Maryland. . 1903 Lloyd, Wm. L., Maryland. "l912 

Hopkins, Wm. D., Maryland. .1896 Keighley, J. F. M., Rhode Isl. .1912 Loeschcke, J. C, Germany '" 1891 

Hopkins, J. S., Maryland 1905 Keister, J. Brown, Virginia. . .1901 Loewenson, Albert S., Md 1915 

Hopkins, E. H., North Car.... 1909 Kehoe, Frank P., Georgia. .. .1906 Logan, Wm. L., Georgia 1899 

Horton, H. V., North Car 1887 Keller, H. E„ New Jersey. . .1914 Long, Bert R., North Car 1905 

Horton, Phineas E., No. Car... 1884 Keller Wm. L., Maryland 1910 Long, W. A., Florida. "' "l906 

Horton, S. Robt., North Car.. 1905 Kelly, Ralph H., West Va 1908 Long, Samuel M., Georgia 1909 

Hosack, A. H, West Va 1903 Kenna, Fredk. L., New Jersey. 1912 Long, Carter I., West Va 1911 

Hotchkiss, J. Wm., Conn 1905 Kennedy, Walter S., New Yk..l912 Loomis, Harold J., New York'l915 

Houghland, U. S., Indiana. ... 1885 Kenney, Jas. J., New York... 1905 Loucks, R. E., Canada.... 1893 

Hourihane, Michael, Virginia. . 1887 Kernodle, John F., No. Car. ..1907 Lowman, Geo. M., West Va' 1909 

Houston, D. T. B., New Jer...l912 Kibler, R. Dallas, Virginia. . .1884 Lowell, Wm. H., Penna *1886 

Howard, Chas. W., New H...1891 Kibler, Wm. L., South Car 1913 Lower, S. Elliott Penna" "l902 

Howie, Eugene B., No. Car... 1908 Killingiworth, W. S., So. Car.. 1884 Loving, Chas. T., Texas 1887 

Howland, C. H., Dist. of Col.. 1885 King, Wm. A., Canada 1890 Luke, John L., Virginia! '..'".' 1890 

Howlett, A. Hersey, Penna.. .. 1885 King, James M. f Canada 1892 Lumsden, Frank H., Maryland 1886 

Hoy, J., Massachusetts 1914 King, Marion N., Virginia. .. .1897 Lussier, Noel J., Rhode Isl 1901 

Hubley, Chas. P., New York. .1888 King, Jas. G., Virginia 1899 Lynaugh, Edward A, Mass 1915 

Hucks, H. M., South Car 1902 King, Henry A., New York... 1900 Lynch, Louis M., Georgia "*1899 

Huffman, A. H., West Va 1894 King, Harry C, Maryland. .. 1913 Lynch, Chas. G., New York"' 1902 

Huffman, Andrew, West Va. . .1896 King, J. Milton, Conn.. 1906 Lynch, Paul, Mass ! ! 1907 

Hughes, Harry C, Maryland. .1901 Kinum, Alfred G., New York. .1913 Lynch, A. F., Rhode Island". !l911 

Hughes, R. L., Maryland 1906 Kirschner, Geo. E., Penna. ... 1912 Lyndon, George H., Ohio."." 1895 

Hubbard, N. Robert, Penna... 1890 Kloeber, John S., Virginia. . .1885 Lyons, Wm. A., West Va. !!!!l907 

Huggins, G. Allen, So. Car.. ..1886 Knef, Jos. P. P., New Jersey. .1903 McAdams, John C, West Va 1902 

Hull, Chas. R., New York 1909 Koelz, Wm. J., West Virginia .. 1904 McAndrew, M., Canada. ""l898 

Humberg, Fredk C, Maryland. 1892 Koerner, J. Fred., Maryland. .1904 McCall, S. H., North Carolina. 1907 

Hundley, Peyton, Virginia. .. .1885 Kohly, Alfred J., Cuba 1899 McCann, D. Bernard, Canada 1900 

Hungerford, R. A., Maryland. .1883 Koonte, Clinton M., Maryland. 1898 McCann, John J., New York 1905 

Hunter, Wm. P., Virginia 1913 Kosminsky, A. J., Texas 1909 McCardell, W. S., Maryland "l904 

Hunteberry, A. V., Maryland. .1890 Krieger, Emanuel, Maryland.. .1913 McClees, J. S., Maryland 1901 

Hurlock, W. Spry, Maryland. .1890 Kritchevsky, B., Russia 1895 McClelland, C. S., Penna 1902 

Hussong, Roger L., New York, 1904 Kuhnen, Herbert, Germany ... 1904 McCluer, Frank W., Virginia. .1905 

Hutchins, E. B., Virginia. .. .1906 Kuich, Wm. H., Penna 1895 McClung, John A., Virginia 1912 

Hutchison, H. B., Virginia. .. 1892 Kumle, L., Jr., California 1903 McClung, Jos. L., West Va 1905 

Hutchinson, C. L., Virginia. . .1909 Kurts, Cyrus, Penna 1899 McColl, Samuel, Canada 1887 

Hyde, A. N., New Jersey 1899 Lacy, H. B., Virginia 1914 McComb, Virgil J., Missouri 1891 

Hyde, C. E., West Virginia. . .1914 Lacy, Wm. P., Virginia 1894 McConachie, A. D., Canada. .. 1888 

Hylton, Wm. G., Virginia 1913 Ladson, Chas. J., Dist. of Col.. 1884 McConnell, D. E., South Car.. 1897 

Ide, Burt B., New York 1902 Lamb, John P., North Car 1905 McConnell, E. V., Georgia 1899 

Ide, Ira C, New York 1903 Lamb, J. R., New York 1914 McCormick, Jas. J., New York, 1901 

Ihrie, John H., No. Carolina. .1895 Landis, Phares L., Penna 1910 McCutchen, W. L., South Car.. 1903 

Igel, Herman, Germany 1899 Larimer, Alex. P., Penna 1909 McDivit, Harry N., Maryland. 1901 

Irvine, Samuel J., Texas 1895 Lariviere, Edouard J., Mass... 1915 McDonald, Otis H., Georgia. . .1890 

Jackman, Robt. W., New York. 1908 LaRue, Antonio S., Conn 1896 McDonald, J. M., N. Zealand. . 1897 

Jackson, S. G., Canada 1903 Lasch, H., Connecticut 1914 McDonald, T. N., New York.. 1909 

Jackson, Robt. W„ Georgia. ..1900 Latley, Frank A., North Car.. .1908 McDowell, C. H., North Car.. .1884 

Jaenicke, Max, Germany 1887 Law, Edwin A., Florida 1901 McFadden, Thos. W., Penna.. . 1898 

Jaenicke, Paul, Germany 1887 Law, E. Mclvor, Florida 1903 McFadden, M. J., South Car... 1905 

Jamieson, I. W., No. Car 1902 Lawrenee, E. N., North Car... 1909 McFarlane, Frank G., Canada. 1904 

Jarrett, Atwell T., Virginia. .. 1883 Leahy, John D., New Hamp... 1910 McGee, W. Glenn, South Car. .1892 

Jefferson, Benj. L., Georgia. . .1892 Lee, Robert E., South Car 1888 McGinn, Jas. H., South Car.. .1910 

Jefferson, Albert, Georgia 1909 Lee, E. Gordon, North Car.... 1907 McGirt, Wattie B., So. Car... 1883 

Jefferson, Hamilton, Georgia. .1912 LeCron, D. O. M., Iowa 1890 McGuire, Geo. A., Canada. .. .1892 

Jenkins, LeRoy D., Georgia. . .1903 LeCron, Norman F., Md 1913 McHarg, Robt. J., Canada. .. .1892 

Jenkins, E. J., Maryland 1905 LeDuke, Geo. W., Mass 1883 Mcllvain, J. M., Maryland. . .1892 

Jenkins, J. V., Virginia 1905 LeFevre, C. Rogers, Maryland. 1892 Mclntire, Walter R., Conn 1905 

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Mcintosh, Wm. E., South Car.. .1913 Miller, E. S., Vermont 1900 Ckugawa, S., Japan 1914 

Mclntyre, Heath, Canada 1915 Miller, B. L., New York 1902 Oldham, P. M., South Car 1889 

Mclver, DeWitt C, No. Car... 1899 Miller, E. Whit, Virginia 1905 Olive, R. M., North Car 1914 

McKev, Winston C, Georgia. . 1910 Miller, John E. C, Penna 1905 Oliver, A. H., Canada 1904 

McKeever, A. N., West Va 1895 Mills, Robert H., Florida 1907 Oliveira, Alberto L., Brazil 1887 

McKee, Fredk. C, Canada. .. 1898 Milner, M. B., Georgia 1898 O'Neil, T. F., Connecticut. .. .1914 

McKelvey, Clyde M., Penna.. . 1891 Minghini, S. J., West Va 1884 O'Neill, John J., Penna 1909 

McKeown, Lois E., No. Car... 1915 Minghini, Wm. E., West Va...l893 Opielinski, C, Germany 1889 

McKmnon, John VV., Penna. ..1889 Mitchell, C. A., New York.... 1892 Orear, B. Forrest, Missouri. . .1903 

McLaughlin, Thoe. J., So. Car.. 1888 Mitchell, J. S., Massachusetts. 1914 Orr, Benj. F., Virginia 1899 

McLaughlin, Chas. E., Canada. 1903 Mitchell, L. S., New Jersey. . .1890 Ortel, Henry F., Maryland. ... 1912 

McLaughlin, H. H., Penna 1905 Mitchell, H. B., New York 1892 OShanecy, C. J., New York. . .1907 

McLeod, J. D., Alabama 1916 Mitchell, Walter S., Virginia. .1915 Osteen, Noah G„ Jr., So. Oar.. 1900 

McLeod, Wm. R., South Car... 1899 Mock, John H., Florida 1902 Outcalt, C. E., West Va 1899 

McLean, Henry M., No. Car.. .1915 Moffett, S. F., Texas 1905 Outten, L. R., Delaware 1912 

MacLeod, T. David, Canada. . .1896 Mogul, Abraham, Maryland. .. 1908 Owen, Floyd M., New York... 1901 

McMinn, Wm. J., North Oar... 1896 Molony, J. E., South Ca 1889 Pagan, Jas. McC, South Car.. 1909 

McMurray, Leroy, South Car.. 1913 Monks, Fredk. E., Penna 1908 Page, Frank H., Canada 1888 

McNeal, Jas. E., Maryland. .. 1890 Monks, Miss G. P., Penna 1909 Paget, Joe Huger, So. Car 1900 

McNulty, Wm. F., Maryland. .1904 Montero, Anibal F. L., Cuba. . .1911 Palmer, R. W., Virginia 1895 

McNutt, C. Howard, Canada. .1897 Montgomery, J. T., South Car.. 1894 Palmer, Webber T., Iowa 1898 

McQuown, Robt. T., Virginia. .1885 Montgomery, A., Alabama 1901 Palmer, Harry A., Virginia. . .1904 

McQuown, Wm. P., Virginia. .1885 Montgomery, F. W., Mass 1904 Parker, Wm. W., Minnesota. .1885 

McVane, Arthur R., Maine... 1905 Montesinos, M., Porto Rico 1912 Parker, Fred L., South Car.. .1895 

Macgill, L. T., Jr., Maryland. .1886 Moore, Fredk. O., Vermont 1912 Parker, John P., Canada 1901 

Magee, J. A., New York 1916 Moore, T. Benton, Penna 1891 Parks, Clyde M., Penna 1901 

Maguire, Wm. E., Mass 1902 Moore, Robt. F., Penna 1898 Parrott, Daniel W., Nor. Car.. 1906 

Macomber, J. C, Penna 1892 Moore, S. Whiteford, Penna... 1904 Partridge, Geo. T., New York. .1908 

Maddox, H. Webb, Virginia. .. 1901 Moore, Oscar L., North Car 1909 p» 8 coe, H. E. R., Australia. . 1910 

Maddux, Nathan P., Virginia. . 1909 Moran, John J., New Hamp..l913 Patterson, Geo. K., No. Car... 1912 

Mainz, L. C, New York 1913 Moran, P. H., New Hamp 1902 Patterson, Geo. B., Nor. Car.. 1888 

Mallott, Job B., Penna 1884 Morgan, W. W., New Jersey. .1890 Pattinson, Frank A., New Yk..l891 

Malone, T. R., Maryland 1916 Morgan, Roderick, North Car.. 1894 Paterson, Alex. Horn, Penna.. 1911 

Maloney, Daniel T., Conn 1897 Morris, John A., New York... 1904 Patrick, John C. B., No. Car.. 1896 

Mandigo, J. S., New York 1909 Morrison, R. J., North Car 1904 p»tton, D. H. R., Nebraska. ..1895 

Mangold, M. W., New Jersey.. 1909 Morton, Robert W., Penna.. . .1897 p RU i t Harry W., Australia 1915 

Mann, Geo. C, Virginia 1905 Moscovitz, S. B., New York.. 1899 Payne, Clyde S., California.. . 1892 

Mann, B. F., Maine 1900 Moseley, Wirt H., Virginia 1897 p a yne, P. P., Maryland 1914 

Mann, L. H., North Car 1903 Mott, Carlton B., North Car... 1903 Peacock, D. Lee, Georgia 189S 

Mann, I. Mitchell, North Car.. 1904 Mowel, Austin H., New York. 1896 Pearson, Paul L., North Car..l91C 

Mann, Herbert L., No. Car 1907 Mowel, Abram V., New York. .1897 Pierson, Jas. H., Virginia 1902 

Manning, H. A., Mass 1903 Moyse, Ellis F., Canada 1905 p ea vy, Daniel B., Texas 190C 

Mansir, Jos. M., Maine 1912 Muir, R. Murray, Canada. . . .1897 p e loquin, Hector L., Mass 191C 

Maphis, B. Frank, Virginia. .. 1883 Muller, G. W., Germany 1888 p en dexter, Thos. M., Mass 190S 

Mara, C. W., Connecticut 1914 Mullen, T. F., New Hamp 1906 p e gram, Louis J., North Car.. 1908 

March, Harter W., Ohio 1894 Mullin, R. B. (M.D.), Neb 1905 p e mberton, B. M., Virginia. . .1912 

Marchant, J. H., Virginia 1890 Murphy, W. N., Texas 1887 p en uel, A. Lee, Maryland. ... 188S 

Markert, F. J., Florida 1907 Myers, 0. G., New York 1890 p er due, Charles H., Georgia. .1896 

Markley, Edgar H., Penna 1895 Myers, J. S., Maryland 1901 Perkins, Capers D., Georgia. .1885 

Marks, Milton, New York 1904 Myers, J. Edgar, Maryland 1901 p er rin, Geo. H., Canada 189C 

Marler, J. G., North Car 1901 Myers, Thos. R., Maryland 1903 p er rin, Wm. H., South Car-.-igO 1 ! 

Marshall, Fredk. J., Conn 1913 Myers, Walter D., Virginia. . .1906 p e tty, Raiman, New York 189£ 

Marshall, S. K., Maryland 1888 Naille, Irvin T., Penna 1903 phelan, H. T., Rhode Island. .1914 

Marshall, Thos. R., Virginia. . .1892 Nase, Otto, Canada 1905 Pheneger, Henry N., Penna.. . 189*i 

Marshall, S. O., Kentucky 1899 Nathanson, A. J., Maryland. . .1916 phifer, A. Glenn, North Car.. 1908 

Martin, A. E., New Jersey 1912 Neckerman, Edwin C, Penna.. 1906 Phillips, 8. L., Maryland 1884 

Martin, E. A. (L.D.S.), Can.. 1891 NeilL John H., New York 1887 Phillips, Harry H., Penna 1881 

Martin, Chesley, Virginia 1897 Neiman, Eli H., Penna 1883 Phillips, Geo. A., Maine 190* 

Martin, T. F., New Jersey 1900 Neiman, R. S., Penna 1908 Phillips, E. F., Jamaica 190£ 

Martin. Henry, Conn 1911 Neistadt, S. M., Md 1910 pierce, James W., Georgia. . . .189( 

May, R. P., Pennsylvania. .. .1916 Nelson, G. F. (M.D.), Md 1888 pierce, Geo. Wm., Georgia 1901 

Massey, J. W., Virginia 1901 Newbury, J- H., North Car 1902 Pi c he, Alfred J., Vermont 1904 

Mathieu, A. H., Maryland 1892 Newell, Fred. R., Vermont. .. .1903 Pickett, James E., Ohio 1901 

Matt, Oscar, New York 1891 Newman, Roy R., New York.. 1913 pieper, H. J., New York 1914 

Matthews, A., North Carolina.. 1885 Newton, Harry D., Penna 1915 piper, Jesse Ralph, Penna.. .. 190* 

Matthews, Chas. A., Indiana .. 1894 Nichols, H. Janney, Virginia. .1892 Pirkey, Frank Zea, California. 188$ 

Matthews, Chas F., California. 1895 Nichols, W. H., New Hamp... 1898 pitta, James W., South Car... 189$ 

Matthews, Clyde v*., Maryland. 1902 Nicholson, C. H., Canada. ... 1893 Pitts, Henry Clay, North Car..l88f 

Martin, W. F., Maryland 1916 Nicodemus, R. C, Maryland. .1897 pianells, Oscar A., Cuba 191J 

Meador. W. M. (M.D.), So. C..1887 Niedentohl, N. L., Maryland. . 1913 Pleasants, W. A., Virginia 188( 

Meador, Jas. R., North Car. ..1906 Nigolosian, S. L., Asia Minor. 1889 pietcher, D. Irvel, Ohio 189* 

Mendelsohn, A., Maryland 1914 Nilos, H. A., New York 1916 piumley, Chas. W., West Va..l905 

Mendez, S. A., Jamaica 1909 Nisbet, T. P., South Carolina. 1911 Poist, Wm. B., Dist. of Col... 1891 

Merrill, C. W., Rhode Island.. 1912 Nordin, Ellis, Maryland 1909 Pond, Wm. R., Vermont 189$ 

Metz, Jos. F., Maryland 1909 Norfleet, Robt. G., Virginia. .. 1897 Posey, Thos. L., Kentucky 1891 

Meyer. Thos. P., Penna 1890 Noonan, Harry J., Maine 1908 Posev, Aubrey A., Maryland. .190* 

Meyerson, M. I. (Ph. G.),N.Y., 1909 Norris, S. P., North Carolina. .1897 Pou-Gomez, C. R., Porto Rico. .191* 

Mexger, Chas. (Ph.G.), Md...lR90 Norton, Oaklev W., New York. 1900 p r ather, Wm. E., North Car.. 1891 

Milbourne, L. B., Maryland. .. 1894 Norwood, W. Mel., South Car.. 1885 Pratt, C. B., Jr., North 0ar...l91J 

Michel, P. A., Louisiana 1898 Oberdick, H. G. A., Penna. ... 1900 p re ston, Stephen, Virginia. .. .190( 

Mih-R, E. B., New York 1904 O'Brien, Edw. Jos., Mass 1913 Pressley, Wm. A., North Car..l89C 

Milford, S. B., Virginia 1899 O'Brien, Robt. P., Texas 1904 Price, Warren, Maryland 189$ 

Miller, C, Maryland 1914 O'Connell, Chris. Jas., Mass. ..1915 Price, Wilbert, Maryland 190f 

Miller, J. Edwin, Minnesota. . .1883 O'Connor, H. I., Georgia. ... 1897 Price, Charles J., Maryland. .. 190$ 

Miller, Jas. H. A., West Va 1887 Odio, U., Cuba 1914 Probst, Geo. 0., South Car 1895 

Miller, W. C, Penna 1887 O'Donoghue, D. C, Maryland. . 1900 Proctor, W. E., Jr., Virginia. 188* 

Miller, Wm. Lee, West Va 1889 O'Hearn, Leo Jas., Mass 1913 Proctor, Jas. A., Virginia. ... 1894 

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Prudhomme, J. H., Louisiana. .1903 Rouse, B. F. H., Maryland. . .1895 Slocum, Frank E., New York. .1886 

Purcell, John J., Jr., New Yk..l915 Rowe, Walter W., Penna 1883 Smallwood, T. E., Maryland. . .1902 

Purnell, Geo. E. ( Maryland 1884 Rowe, Thos. R., Rhode Island. 1893 Smathers, H. C, North Car... 1907 

Purnell, Ralph C, Maryland. . 1886 Roy, Albert C, New York 1907 Smathers, J. M. S., Penna 1913 

Pyles, Joseph T., Maryland. .. 1898 Rudd, Montell B., Virginia. .. 1898 Smith, Julian C, South Oar... 1883 

Pyles, Chas. T., Maryland. .. .1905 Ruppersberger, C, Maryland. . 1914 Smith, Walter O., Virginia. .. 1883 

Pyles, Richard G., Maryland. . 1908 Russell, Allie Young, Nor. 0...1913 Smith, Edgar G., New York.. 1888 

Quinlan, Geo. B., New York. . .1892 Russell, L. H., South Car 1897 Smith, E. L., No. Carolina. . . .1910 

Vjuinlan, F. W. H., New York. 1898 Russell, Percy, Maryland 1897 Smith, Edgar L., West Va. ...1888 

Quintero, Francisco, Mexico. ..1915 Rutledge, Brooks, South Car... 1885 Smith, Howard M., Virginia. . 1888 

Quitt, S., Maryland 1914 Ryder, Wm. R., Jamaica 1906 Smith, James P., Virginia. ... 1888 

Quitt, William, Maryland 1908 Sachs, Joseph L., Maryland. .. 1908' Smith, Hampton K., So. Car.. 1889 

Radcliff, A. A., Maryland. ... 1901 Sagebien, Y D. A., Cuba 1908 Smith, Fred B., Penna 1894 

Radice, J. R., New York 1914 Salles, H. C, Louisiana 1883 Smith, Thos. McC, North Car.. 1896 

Ralston, Wm. C, Canada. ... 1901 Salles, Paul, Louisiana 1912 Smith, Luther T., North Car.. 1898 

Ralston, Thos. A., Canada. ... 1902 Sallis, D. F., Mississippi 1893 Smith, Frank E., Canada 1899 

Rambo, Preston A., Georgia. . 1887 Samuel, J. H., New Jersey. . .1914 Smith, George C, Maryland. .. 1899 

Rambo, Francis E., Georgia. .1888 Samuel, L. D., Jamaica 1906 Smith, Harold B., New York. . 1899 

Rambo, Stafford, Georgia 1888 Sanders, C. M., South Car 1914 Smith, Floyd H., New York.. 1915 

Ramey, Turner A., West Va...l892 Sanders, John L., South Car.. 1906 Smith, Chas. F., Jamaica 1904 

Rankin, Ronald Y., Canada. . .1915 Sanchez, C. N., Cuba 1883 Smith, Stanley B., Canada 1904 

Ranson, J. M., Jr., West Va..l885 Sapp, C. C, North Carolina. . 1887 Smith, Wilbert B., Canada. ... 1907 

Rathie, Joseph L., Virginia. .. 1892 Sargent, Harry H., Penna.. .. 1903 Smith, Harry B., Bermuda 1892 

Rawlins, Geo. E., California. . 1903 Sartelle, Rexford R., Virginia. 1913 Smith, Wylie I., Maryland 1912 

Rawlinson, R. P., Brazil.S.A.. 1888 Saunders, L. St. C, Canada. .. 1895 Smtih, Robt. Boyer, Penna. ..1913 

Rawlinson, John A., Brazil. .. 1895 Sawaya, Farris S., Syria 1909 Smither, C. Linwood, Virginia. 1898 

Ray, Harry J., South Car... .1888 Saylor, Edward R., Maryland. .1902 Smithers, N. R., Maryland. .. .1894 

Ray, Ralph, North Carolina. .. 1912 Scanlon, Jos. H., Rhode Id... 1913 Smithers, Delmar, Maryland. .. 1895 

Rea, Wm. A., Penna 1901 Scarborough, A. P., Peuiia. . . . 1907 Smithson, C. F., North Car. ...1901 

Read, E. L., West Va 1902 Schaer, Charles T., Maryland.. 1885 Smithson, T. W., North Car. ..1907 

Reade, Arthur P., North Car.. 1907 Schaffer, P. F., West Va 1916 Snively, Chas. L., Maryland. .. 1905 

Redfearn, B. C, North Car... 1898 Schlieder, Carl E., New York.. 1912 Snivelv, Daniel B., Penna 1888 

Reamer, S. S., Virginia 1887 Schochanr, Fred S., Texas. ... 1902 Snouffer, Chas. B., Penna 1892 

Reaves, Robt. L., South Oar... 1900 Schloendorn, F. F. W.. Ger...l889 Snow, Henry B., Maryland. .. 1891 

Reaves, Wm. L., South Car.. . .1901 Scott, Robt. J., Jr., New Yk.. .1899 Snyder, Myron W., New York. 1883 

Rees, John S., California 1893 Scott, Wallace P., Maine 1899 Snyder, Wm. Ruff, Penna 1902 

Reichley, J. C, Penna 1904 Scruggs, Wilbur N., No. Car.. 1915 Snyder, Geo. A., Penna 1905 

Reichenbaugh, Wm. C, Conn.. 1908 Seaton, Wm. C, Jr., New Yk..l897 Sobell, Samuel S., New York.. 1915 

Reiff, R. Russell, Penna 1897 SeBastian. Jas. B., Delaware. . 1902 Solomon, E. Alva, South Car.. 1891 

Reiman, Conrad F., Conn 1910 Secrest, John R., No. Car 1915 Solomon, Jacob L., New Yk. ..1910 

Reineke, Rafael A. P., Cuba.. 1913 Segal, Abraham, Virginia. ... 1913 Somers, Ralph T., Virginia. . .1907 

Remsberg, E. W., Maryland. . 1903 Selby, Benj. F., Maryland. .. .1903 Southard, P. C. Delaware 1908 

Remsen, John L., New Jersey. .1912 Self, L. Ruffin, North Car 1905 Sowers, H. B., Virginia 1916 

Renehan, John Leo, Conn 1913 Sendtner, Max. T., New York.. 1909 Speas, Robt. L., North Car... 1907 

Renoe, Charles B., Missouri. .. 1890 Sengebusch, H., Germany 1891 Spahn, Chas. A., New Jersey.. 1903 

Renoe, Wm. H., Missouri 1894 Simons, Locke V. G., No. Car.. 1915 Spangler, Nevin R., Penna.. .. 1908 

Reynolds, E. E., New York... 1892 Sprinkel, C. Carter, Virginia. . 1891 Sparck, Miss L. C. S., Md...l910 

Reynolds, C. P., New York... 1894 Sprinkel, G. A., Jr., Virginia. . 1898 Sparks, Alfred E., Canada 1891 

Reynolds, Stanley C, Canada. 1895 Sprinkel, Robt. W., Virginia. . 1903 Sperow, W. H., West Va 1905 

Riedel, Bernard F., Maryland. .1891 St. Jjhn, F. Mjrron, Conn.... 1891 Spoon, T. L., North Car 1914 

Rice, Edward, Alabama 1903 Stack, Walter O., Delaware. . .1897 Spratt, John L., South Car 1901 

Richards, H. L., Connecticut. .1916 Stanley, C. C, South Car 1894 Sprinkel, A. Hume, Virginia. . 1891 

Richards, Walter F., Illinois. .1887 Stannard, M. B., New Jersey. .1912 Shadrach, Samuel A., Virginia. 1896 

Richards, W. R., Maryland. . .1914 Starke, Parke P., Virginia. ... 1903 Shoemaker, Archie C, Penna.. 1889 

Rilke, Johannes, Germany ... .1891 Shine, R. A., Jr., Florida 1887 Shore, R. H., North Car 1911 

Riley, James M., North Car... 1886 Shipman, Wm. L., N. Y 1901 Shreeve, J. E., Jr., Maryland.. 1904 

Riley, Richie W., South Car. . .1891 Shaffner, Vernon D., Canada. .1898 Shortell, E. J., New Jersey 1909 

Riley, Wm. H., Vermont 1905 Shannon, Wm. T, Georgia. ... 1899 Shirley, Wm. C, Virginia 1904 

Riser, Jacob, Iowa 1892 Sharp, Joseph B., New Jersey. 1889 Shine, Henry R., Florida 1887 

Riviere, Herman A., Georgia. .1902 Shaw, E. D., New York 1892 Shpritz, A. S., Maryland 1907 

Roach, John A., North Car... 1899 Shecut, L. C. South Car 1899 Starke, Parke P., Virginia. .. 1887 

Robbin, Colbert L., North Car.. 1909 Sheehan, J. P., New York... 1914 Starr, Geo. E., Maryland 1895 

Roberts, Benson S., Bermuda. 1889 Sheeley, H. M., Penna 1901 Steer, H. G., New York 1890 

Roca, Vincente H., Cuba 1915 Sheeley, Curtis A., Penna 1902 Steel, Frank R. (M.D.), Va...l888 

Rockwell, J. S., Canada 1901 Sheely, Wm. S., Texas 1902 Steele, J. Russell, Penna 1897 

Robertson, W. A., Canada 1887 Shields, Nelson T., Texas 1884 Steele, Stanley, Maryland 1897 

Robertson, H. C, Marvland. . .1908 Shields, Lewis N., Texas . . . .1886 Steele, Elmer M., Virginia. . . .1899 

Robertson, L. J., Marvland 1907 Shields, Edward H., Ohio 1887 Stehley, F. P., West Va 1891 

Robinson, F. (L.D.S.), Eng...i891 Shreeve, C. A. (A.B.), Md 1909 Stehley, P. H. (M.D.). W. Va.. 1900 

Robinson, F. S., Florida 1897 Shupp, Frank D., Maryland. .. 1903 Stein, M. E., New York 1914 

Robinson, D. S., New York... 1910 Sima, Benj. F., South Car 1886 Stem, Max, Russia 1897 

Robinson, J. Ben., West Va.. .1914 Sigler, LeRoy, Maryland 1906 Stein, Alexander, Russia 1901 

Rogers, Jamea L. (Tenn.) . . . .1897 Simmons, R. F., Virginia 1907 Stein, Samuel, New York 1908 

Rogers. J. R. (A.B.), So. Car.. 1900 Sima, Elton Ashby, Maryland. .1912 Steinberg, Job. B., Marvland. .1912 

Rogers, Chas. H.. Rhode Isl...l904 Simons, Benj., South Car 188P Styne, Mina F., Virginia 1899 

Rogers, F. L., Massachusetts. .1914 Simpkins, Wm. M., Georgia. .. 1902 Steinbeck, C. H., West Va... 1905 

Roof-Scimeca, Elsie D., Ger...l915 Simpson, Jas. W., Virginia 1892 Steiner, Paul, Maryland 1909 

Rosen, Samuel A.. Maryland. . 1910 Simpson, Wm. R., S. Car.... 1892 Stevens, J. Frank, Penna 1891 

Rosengardt, S., Russia 1907 Simpson, R. L., Virginia 1896 Stevens, J. Bertram, Penna... 1901 

Ross, Wm. Robt., Canada. ... 1904 Sinay, Albert J., Conn 1912 Stevenson, Geo. W., New Yk..l891 

Ross, Joseph, New Jersey 1905 Sinskey, Meyer E., Maryland. . 1912 Stafford, Earl Z., Texas 1898 

Ross, John Wise, Virginia 1913 Skaggs, Calvin H., West Va...l905 Ston, Albert H., New York... 1898 

Ross, Chas. A., Penna 1910 Skaggs, Erastus P.. West Va..l906 Stone, E., South Africa. 1904 

Roth, Samuel, Maryland 1911 Skaggs, Wm. B., West Va 1908 Stover, E. Emmert, Penna 1892 

Rothenberg, L. M., New York. 1906 Skelton, Robt. T.. New York.. 1911 Stover, Harry C, Penna 1899 

Rothman, A., Maryland 1906 Sleppy, E. E. P., Penna 1887 Stratford, A. L., North Car.. .1884 

Rounds, Geo. B., Canada 1891 Sloan, Carl S., North Car 1901 Streich, Henry, Maryland 1912 

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Strickler, R. E. Lee, Virginia.. 1903 Vail, F. H., Connecticut 1914 Wells, B. S., West Virginia. . .1914 

Strenge, Arthur L., Mass 1913 Valentine, F. J., Maryland 1903 Wells, Chas. J., Maryland 1905 

Strickler, Suel V., Virginia. . 1910 van Brunt. Wm. E„ Florida. .1909 Weller, F. B., New York 1897 

Strasser, Henry, Maryland. . .1906 D.), Holland 1889 Westrater, A. A., West Va 1901 

Stuart, Walter, Kentucky 1883 van der Hoppe, R., Austria. .1884 Whalen, G. J., Massachusetts. .1914 

Stuart, G. H. (M.D.), Md 1903 van Meter, Wm. 0., West Va..l906 Whelpley, C. B., Canada 1890 

Stults, J. Albert, New Jersey. .1895 van Nostrand, Wm. H., N. Y..1892 Wheeier, G. G., Rhode Island. .1904 

Sullivan, Jas. J., New Hamp.,1912 van Nostrand, D. E., New J... 1910 Wheeler, A. B., Maryland 1906 

Summerfield, J. H., Maryland. 1914 van Nostrand, John F., N. Y..1901 Wheeler, Fred. M., New H...1888 

Sumner, Chas. F., Canada. .. .1900 van Omer, Wm. L., Penna 1901 Whitaker, Joel, North Car 1899 

Swart, Jas. E., Virginia 1902 van Tassel, Harry, So. Dak... 1892 Whisnant, A. J., No. Car 1905 

Swindell, R. B., North Car 1884 van Zandt, Fred., New York.. 1909 Whitfield, Robt. J., Canada. .. 1891 

Switzer, Chas. C, Maryland. . 1897 Vaughan, Robt. R., Missouri. . 1884 Whitfield, G. F., North Car 1909 

Switzer, Marvin D., Virginia. .1902 Vaughan, Patrick, Georgia. . .1897 Whitney, Ralph M., Maine. .. .1903 

Sykes, S. Claude, Maryland. .. 1890 Vegas, John J., New York 1888 White, Mathew W., So. Car... 1887 

Taggart, John E., Vermont 1894 Veza, Joo. M. Austria 1892 White, Geo. F., New York 1891 

Taggart, Robt. W., Vermont. . 1898 Via, G. A., West Virginia. ... 1916 White, Montgomery L., Texas. 1892 

Taft, A. W., Rhode Island. .. 1901 Voigt, Walter T., Maryland. . . 1908 White, L. A., Dist. of Col 1898 

Tahashima, Tameja, Japan. ... 1899 von Wachter, F., Maryland. . .1892 White, LeRoy M., New York.. 1899 

Talbot, Robt. W., Dist. of Col.. 1887 Volck, Geo. A., Maryland 1883 White, Benj. S., Tenn 1901 

Taliaferro, R. E. L., Virginia. .1891 Volck, A. W. A., Germany 1891 White, D. C, Louisiana 1911 

Tansey, John A., New York... 1913 Wahlberg, C. V., Connecticut.. 1916 Wilbur, Robert A., South Car.. 1888 

Taylor, Elisha S., Maryland. .. 1897 Wall, Joseph A., Penna 1886 Wilcox, Geo. L., New York. .1888 

Taylor, Geo. W., Indiana 1900 Walden, R. C, Virginia 1894 Wilhelm, H. T., Germany 1887 

Taylor, Wm. W., North Car.. .1901 Waller, Durward T., Nor. Car...l913 Wiley, Charles G., Penna 1892 

Taylor, Joseph A., Indiana 1903 Walker, Carlos A., Maryland. .1912 Willey, Henry S., North Car.. 1901 

Taylor, A. Zachary, Nor. Car.. 1888 Walker, Fred P. M., Mass 1904 Willetts, Albert F., Maine 1896 

Taylor, W. C, North Car 1914 Waterman, Herbert E., Texas. 1915 Willis, Jonothan R., Penna... .1904 

Teague, N. A., South Car 1883 Wallace, Jas. M., South Car... 1904 Willson, Jos. E., Indiana 1900 

Tenny, Cecil L., Washington. .1901 Waltman, Jas. E., Maryland. .1905 Wilson, John H., New York.. 1887 

Teraki, Sadayoshi, Japan 1907 Walton, John E., Georgia 1894 Wilson, Henry A., Maryland. .1892 

Temple, E. S., New York 1908 Walsh, Thos. J., Vermont 1898 Wilson, N. McK., Maryland. . .1895 

Terry, Chas. Arthur, West Va..l898 Walters, D. A., North Car 1911 Wilson, Wm. P., North Car.. .1910 

Thacker, Robt. L., West Va...l898 Wangerman, A., Germany 1885 Williams, M. E., New York... 1895 

Theil, L. A. H., Wisconsin 1907 Wareheim, G. G., Penna 1905 Williams, A. A., Jr., Georgia. 1897 

Thaman, Benj. M., Maryland. . 1910 Ward, Cyrus A., Ohio 1895 Williams, Edward R., Penna.. 1898 

Thomas, A. O., South Car.... 1892 Ward, Geo. N., New York 1895 Williams, W. E., West Va 1898 

Thomas, B. Elmer, Texas 1896 Ward, R. L., Alabama 1914 Williams, G. R., Tennessee. ... 1901 

Thomas, Fred R., Canada. .. .1897 Wardlaw, A. B., South Car... 1899 Williams, R. W., Maryland. .. 1908 

Thomas, Herbert M., Penna... 1903 Warnock, W. J., South Oar... 1889 Williams, J. H., Maryland. ... 1909 

Thompson, James R., So. Car.. 1915 Warrenfels, G. M., Maryland. .1898 Willis, Frank M., South Car... 1888 

Thompson, R. W., Jr., So. Car.. 1901 Watkins, Joseph Conrad (A.B., Windheim, A. P., New York. .1908 

Thompson, H. L., New York.. 1907 LL.D), North Carolina 1900 Winkelman, W. D., Maryland.. 1902 

Thrift, H. A., Rhode Island. . .1912 Walker, Jno. R., Alabama 1915 Wingate, W. I., New Hamp...l901 

Thrush, Wm. A., Illinois 1892 Watkins, L. LeRoy, Maryland. 1903 Wingo, C. E. (M.D.), Md 1891 

Thurlow, Norman C, Maine. . .1912 Watson, J. Wm., West Va 1892 Wingo, O. E., Jr., Maryland. .1911 

Tibbitts, W. H., New York... 1899 Watson, James, Illinois 1894 Winner, A. C, New York.... 1916 

Tigner, George S., Georgia. .. 1895 Watson, J. A., South Car 1901 Wise, John B., South Car 1894 

Tigner, Edward A., Georgia. . .1895 Watson, H. C, Maryland 1901 Wise, Wm. H., Virginia 1899 

Tignor, Edwin P., Virginia. .. 1898 Watson' W B, West Va 1901 Wisherd, Elmer J., Maryland. . 1884 

Tillotson, R. R., New York... 1900 Watson, Eugene T., W. Va...l903 Wogan, Wm. W., Penna 1887 

Tinsley, J. 0., Virginia 1914 Watson, S. R., North Car 1908 Wogan, Chas. E., Penna 1890 

Tippett, Jas. H., New York. . .1910 Waters, Charles E., Maryland. .1910 Wolf, Sheldon B., Penna 1895 

Tipton, Norman B., Louisiana, 1883 Watt, James P., Indiana 1901 Wolfe, H. R., West Va 1916 

Tipton, D. P., Nebraska 1892 Watts, J. Somes, Canada 1897 Wolk, Joseph J., New York.. 1915 

Tiss, J., New York 1914 Watts, Willis E., New York. . .1888 Woolsey, George, California. .. 1890 

Todd, F. Foster, Maryland. . . .1890 Wayman, Jos. T , Virginia. . . .1884 Wood, Frank LeRoy, Maine. . .1885 

Todd, Fred. P., Maryland 1888 Wayman, W. N., Virginia. .. .1900 Wood, C. R., New Hamp 1891 

Toombs, J. Everett, Mass 1883 Weaver, Fred Allen, Mass 1883 Wood, Henry F., Virginia. .. .1905 

Totten, Arminius W., No. Car.. 1892 Webb, H. E. B., Maryland. . .1914 Woods, E. K., New Hamp 1892 

Trapp, William S., Penna. .. .1885 Webb, Thos. D., North Car 1910 Woods, F. E., West Virginia. .191t 

Tribble, Alexander, Missouri. . 1897 Webster, Ben Hill, No. Car. ..1915 Woods, Owings C, So. Car. ...1912 

Tropp, Herman, Russia 1899 Wegge Wm P., Wisconsin. .. .1885 Woodward, A. W., Virginia. . 1892 

Troxler, Edw. A., North Car.. 1913 Weidert, R." M., Penna 1916 Woodward, H. F., West Va...l905 

Truby, J. Cromwell, Penna 1896 Weighart, Geo. 0., New York. .1907 Wool, J. Harvey, Virginia 1892 

Truitt, George E., Maryland. . 1907 Weinberg, A., South Carolina.. 1896 Worsham, A. E., North Car... 1914 

Trumbo, G. C, West Va 1910 Weinberg, D. A., South Car.. 1909 Wray, Harry D., West Va 1919 

Trump, George H., Maryland. . 1898 Weinberger, J., New York 1897 Wright, M. V. (M.D.), N. H..1888 

Tryon, Ralph E., New York... 1910 Wienholt, H. O., Germany 1902 Wright, C. A., New Hamp 189C 

Tucker, Edwin B., No. Car... 1901 Weirich, Jacob L., Penna 1888 Wright, Jos. E., Maryland 1898 

Turner, Chas. A., Canada. .. .1891 Weitfeldt, A. F. L., Germany. .1883 Wright, O. B., South Car 1901 

Turrentine, M. H, Georgia. ... 1903 Wietfeldt, Arnold, Germany 1887 Wright, W. T., Virginia 1914 

Twigg, Allen G. T., West Va..l911 Weeks, Geo. E., North Oar 1906 Wrightson, S. B., Maryland.. .1891 

Twitchell, Fred. A., Minn 1885 Welch, Floyd J., Virginia 1885 Yacoubyan, V. K., Egypt 1905 

Underwood, J. T., North Oar.. 1908 Welch, M. G., New York 1916 Yelvington, Elrie J., Florida. . 190S 

van der Hoeven, Cornelius (M. Welsh, John E., South Car 1905 Yost, E. C, Virginia 1914 

Urmson, Randolph M., Penna.. 1911 Wells, A. S., North Carolina. .1891 Youngs, Olin H., Conn 1911 



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LAW DEPARTMENT. 

FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION. 



THE BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. 

Hon. HENRY D. HARLAN, Dean. 

ALFRED BAGBY, Jr., Esq., Testamentary Law. 

RANDOLPH BARTON, Jb., Esq., Practice Court, Legal Ethics & Bank- 
ing Law. 

Hon. CARROLL T. BOND, Bills & Notes and Pleading. 

J. WALLACE BRYAN, Esq., Common Carriers. 

HOWARD BRYANT, Esq., Practice in State Courts. 

W. CALVIN CHESNUT, Esq., Insurance. 

WARD B. COE, Esq., Title and Conveyancing. 

JAMES U. DENNIS, Esq., Personal Property, including Bailments. 

EDWIN T. DICKERSON, Esq., Contracts and Agency. 

JOSEPH C. FRANCE, Esq., Corporations. 

ELI FRANK, Esq., Torts. 

Hon. JAMES P. GORTER, Evidence. 

Hon. HENRY D. HARLAN, Domestic Relations. 

CHARLES McH. HOWARD, Esq., Equity Jurisprudence. 

ARTHUR L. JACKSON, Esq., Conflict of Laws. 

STUART S. JANNEY, Esq., Commercial Law. 

SYLVAN H. LAUCHHEIMER, Esq., Bankruptcy. 

Hon. ALFRED S. NILES, Constitutional Law. 

EUGENE O'DUNNE, Esq., Criminal Law and Medical Jurisprudence. 

ALBERT C. RITCHIE, Esq., Elementary Law. 

WILLIAM LEE RAWLS, Esq., Contracts and Agency. 

Hon. JOHN C. ROSE, Jurisdiction and Procedure of the Federal Courts. 
Admiralty, Patents, Trade-Marks and Copyrights. 

G. RIDGELY SAPPINGTON, Esq., Practice Court. 

Hon. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, International Law. 

HERBERT T. TIFFANY, Esq., Real Property. 

CLARENCE A. TUCKER, Esq., Equity Procedure. 

JOSEPH N. ULLMAN, Esq., Sales and Personal Property. 

SAMUEL WANT, Esq., Director of Library. 

For Catalogue Containing Full Information, Address 

EDWIN T. DICKERSON, Secretary and Treasurer of Law Faculty, 
101 Law Building, Baltimore, Md. 

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DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY. 

(Maryland College of Pharmacy 1841=1904.) 
The Seventy-third Annual Session Will Open October 1, 19 16. 



FACULTY. 

WILLIAM SIMON, Ph.D. 

Emeritus Professor of Chemistry. 

CHARLES CASPARI, Jb., Phar.D., 
Professor of Theoretical and Applied Pharmacy, Dean of the Faculty. 

DAVID M. R. CULBRETH, A.M., Ph.G., M.D., 
Professor of Materia Medica, Botany and Pharmacognosy. 

DANIEL BASE, Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry and Vegetable Histology. 

HENRY P. HYNSON, Phar.D., 

Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 

H. A. B. DUNNING, Phar.D. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Phar.D. 
Associate Professor of Pharmacy. 

CHAS. C. PLITT, Ph.G., 

Associate Professor of Materia Medica, Botany and Vegetable Histology. 

J. CARLTON WOLF, Phar.D., 
Associate Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 

LOUIS T. BURGER, Ph.G., LL.D., Lecturer on Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence 
GEORGE STAHL, Phar.D., Demonstrator in Dispensing. 



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

N. E. Corner Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore, Md. 

The One Hundred and Tenth Course of Lectures Will 
Commence October ist, 1916. 

FACULTY OF PHYSIC, 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Surgery. 

L. E. NEALE, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Obstetrics. 

CHARLES W. MITCHELL, A.M., M.D., Professor of Pediatrics and Clinical 
Medicine. 

THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Diseases of Women. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D., Professor of Anatomy. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D, Professor of Physiology and 
Clinical Medicine. 

ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

SAMUEL K. MERRICK, M.D., Professor of Diseases of Thront and Nose. 

RIDGLEY B. WARFIELD, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

GORDON WILSON, M.D., Prof, of Principles of Medicine. 

JOHN W. CHAMBERS, M.D., Sc.D., Professor of Surgery. 

WILLIAM F. LOCKWOOD, M.D., Professor of Medicine. 

GEORGE W. DOBBIN, A.B., M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

WILLIAM ROYAL STOKES, M.D., Sc.D., Professor of Pathology and Bac- 
teriology. 

HARRY FRIEDENWALD, A.B., M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology. 

ARCHIBALD C. HARRISON, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

CARY B. GAMBLE, Jr., A.M., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

WILLIAM S. GARDNER, M.D., Professor of Gynecology. 

STANDI SH McCLEARY, M.D., Professor of Pathology. 

JULIUS FRIEDENWALD, A.M., M.D., Professor of Gastroenterology. 

HIRAM WOODS, A.M., M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology. 

J. M. H. ROWLAND, M.D., Professor of Clinical Obstetrics. 

CHARLES E. SIMON, A.B., M.D., Professor of Physiological Chemistry and 
Clinical Pathology. 

Fob Cibculabs and Fubtheb Infobmation, Apply to 
J. M. H. ROWLAND, M.D., Dean. 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL. 

Southwest Corner Lombard and Greene Streets. Baltimore, Md. 

This institution, most pleasantly located, the capacity and comforts of which 
have undergone great development to meet the increasing demands of patients, is 
fitted up with all modern conveniences for the successful treatment of Medical and 
Surgical diseases. 

Its Medical Staff comprises the FACULTY OF THE UNIVERSITY, and the 
entire management of the institution having been delegated to trained nurses, so 
well known as the faithful and efficient attendants upon the sick, patients may rely 
upon enjoying the benefits of an Infirmary, as well as the comforts and privacy of 
a home, while seeking treatment for Medical Diseases and undergoing Surgical 
Operations. 

Special attention is called to the Lying-in Department of the Hospital, and the 
thorough privacy given to confinement 

When persons are compelled to leave their country residences to seek profes- 
sional medical assistance in Baltimore, no institution offers greater facilities than 
the University Hospital, which presents, among other greater advantages, that of 
having six resident physicians, appointed by the Medical Faculty, all of whom are 
usually (two are always) in the building to carry out the instructions of the Pro- 
fessors. 

Boaed in Private Rooms, $14 to $20 Peb Week. Boabd in Wabds, $7 Peb Week. 



DEPARTMENT OF ART AND SCIENCES. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, ANNAPOLIS, MD. 

St. John's College has entered into an affiliation with the Schools of Medicine, 
Law, Dentistry and Pharmacy of the University of Mnryland. 

The operation of these working relations is outlined as follows : 

First — Seniors in St. John's College may elect twelve requisite hours a week in 
the Law School of the University. The degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of 
Science is conferred upon such students at the end of the year. The Professional 
Degree may be reached in two years. 

Second — Students who have completed the Junior Year in St. John's College and 
who have made an approved choice of electives may, if they desire it, do the entire 
work of the Senior Year in the Medical School of the University. If they success- 
fully complete the work of the first medical year they are graduated with their class 
with the degree of A. B. from St John's College. 

By taking advantage of this privilege a man may complete the Undergraduate 
and Medical courses in seven years. 

During three of these years or until he has completed the work of the Junior 
Class he is a resident student in St. John's College, and for four years he is a resi- 
dent in the Medical School in Baltimore. 

At the end of the fourth year he receives the A. B. Degree and at the end of the 
seven years the M. D. Degree, but credit from Medical School cannot be accepted in 
subjects for which credit has already been given in the College of Liberal Arts. 

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FACULTY. 

THOMAS FELL, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L President. 

Professor of Moral Science. 

JOHN BROCKWAY RIPPERE, M.A Vice-Pbesident. 

(Graduate of Wesleyan University.) 
Professor of Latin. 

JOHN B. WHITE, M.A., (Graduate of Geneva College), Prof, of Greek and Latin. 

BENJAMIN HARRISON WADDELL, M.A., (Graduate of Washington and Lee 
University), Professor of Mathematics. 

CHARLES G. EIDSON, B.S.E.E., M.A., (Graduate of the University of Ten- 
nessee, Associate Member American Institute of Electrical Engineers), 
Professor of Physics and Drawing. 

ADOLF SCHUMACHER, Ph.D., (Graduate of Gottingen and University of Penn- 
sylvania), Professor of French and German. 

SIDNEY GUNN, B.A., M.A., (Graduate of Harvard University), Prof, of English. 

EDMOND EARL LINCOLN, B.A., M.A., (Graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University 
and of Oxford, England), Professor of History and Political Economy 
and Secretary of the Faculty. 

REGINALD H. RIDGELY, B.S., M.A., (Graduate of St. John's College), Pro- 
fessor of Biology. 

JOHN CLIFFORD GRAY, B.A., M.A., (Graduate of Harvard University), Pro< 
fessor of Chemistry and Physics. 

CHAUNCEY St. C. McNEIL, U.S.A., (Lieutenant of the United States Army), 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics and Lecturer on International 
and Constitutional Law. 

THOMAS L. GLADDEN, Superintendent of the Preparatory School and Instructor 
in English and Latin. 

ROSCOE E. GROVE, B.A., (Graduate of St John's College), Assistant in Pre- 
paratory School. 

SARAH BERRY, Registrar and Secretary for the President. 



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THIRTY-SIXTH 

ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT AND CATALOGUE 

of the 

DENTAL DEPARTMENT 

of the 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




Northeast Corner Lombard and Greene Streets 
BALTIMORE, MD. 



SESSION 1917-1918 



Dental Practitioners and others desiring to receive the Annual 

Catalogue regularly, are requested to send their Names 

and Addresses to the Dean 



CALENDAR. 

THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION. 

1917. 



June 1 to September 30 — Daily Clinics in Dental Infirmary. 

October 1 — Regular Session begins. 

October 16 — Re-examination of Deficient Students and Examination for 
Advanced Standing. 

November 29 — Thanksgiving Day, holiday. 

December 20 — Christmas Recess begins, 6 P. M. 



Christmas Recess. 

1918. 

January 3 — Lectures resumed, 9 A. M. 

February 22 — Holiday. 

April 20 (about) — Final Examinations begin. 

June 1 (about) — Commencement, Annual Meeting of Alumni Associa- 
tion. 



All communications for information relative to the DENTAL DEPART- 
MENT should be addressed to the Dean, T. O. Heatwole. M.D., D.D.S., 
Northeast Corner of Greene and Lombard Sts., Baltimore, Md. 



DEPARTMENTS 

OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

THE UNIVERSITY is represented by five Departments, each having 
a distinct Eaculty of Instruction. 

1st. The College of Liberal Arts at Annapolis, Md. St. John's 
College, Annapolis, Md., founded in 1696, has by affiliation become thb 
Department of Arts and Sciences. The curriculum leads to the degree ot 
Bachelor, or Master of Arts or Sciences. 

2nd. The School of Medicine in Baltimore, Md. This School was 
established in Baltimore, Md., in 1807, and offers a high-grade course ii» 
medicine, extending over a period of four years, and leading to the degree 
of Doctor of Medicine. 

3rd. The School of Law in Baltimore, Md. This School, founded in 
1812 and reorganized in 1869, is designed by means of a course of study 
covering three years to qualify its students for the degree of Bachelor of 
Laws and for an intelligent practice of the Law. 

4th. The Department of Dentistry was founded in 1882, arid is 
designed to teach the art of dentistry as an integral part of the School of 
Medicine. The course of study leading to the degree of Doctor of Dental 
Surgery covers a period of three years. 

5th. The Department of Pharmacy was established in 1840 as the 
Maryland College of Pharmacy, and affiliated with the School of Medicine 
in 1904. The course of study covers two years, and leads to the degree of 
Doctor of Pharmacy. 



BOARD OF REGENTS 



OF THE 



University of Maryland, 



THOMAS FELL, Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Provost. 



RANDOLPH WINSLOW, A.M., 

M.D.., LL. D. 
THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D., LL. D. 
HENRY D. HARLAN, LL.D. 
L. E. NEALE, M.D., LL. D. 
J HOLMES SMITH, M.D. 
JOHN C. ROSE, LL.B., LL. D. 
D. M. R. CULBRETH, A.M., M.D. 
JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., 

Ph.D., LL.D. 
CHARLES CASPARI, Jr., Phar.D. 
DANIEL BASE, Ph.D. 
HENRY P. HYNSON, Phar.D. 
HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, LL.D. 
PHILEMON H. TUCK, A.M., LL.B. 
ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D. 



T. O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S. 
I. H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S. 
ROBERT MOSS, Esq. 
SAMUEL K. MERRICK, M.D. 
R1DGLEY B. WARFIELD, M.D. 
WILLIAM L. RAWLS, Esq. 
RANDOLPH BARTON, Jr., A.B., LL.D. 
ALFRED S. NILES, A.B., A.M., LL.B. 
JOHN W. CHAMBERS, M.D., Sc.D. 
WILLIAM F. LOCKWOOD, M.D. 
GEORGE W. DOBBIN, A.B., M.D. 
HARRY FRIEDENWALD, A.B., M.D. 
ARCHIBALD C. HARRISON, M.D. 
GARY B. GAMBLE, Jr., A.M., M.D. 
WILLIAM S. GARDNER, M.D. 
STANDI SH McCLEARY, M.D. 



THE UNIVERSITY COUNCIL. 

The duty of this council is to formulate the scheme of studies to be pursued 
by students desiring both an academic and a professional, or scientific degree, 
and to act upon such other matters as may be brought before them. 
THE CHANCELLOR. 

Hon. EMERSON C. HARRINGTON, 
Governor of Maryland. 
THE PRO-CHANCELLOR, 

THOMAS FELL, Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L. 
President of St. John's College. 
PROFESSORS B. V. CECIL, A.M., Sc.D., and C. W. STRYKER, A.M., 
For St. John's College. 

PROFESSOR RANDOLPH WINSLOW, A.M., M.D., LL.D., 

For School of Medicine. 
PROFESSORS HENRY D. HARLAN, LL. D., and W. T. BRANTLY, A.M., 

For School of Law. 
PROFESSOR T. O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S., 

For School of Dentistry. 
PROFESSOR CHARLES CASPARI, Jr., Phar.D., 

For School of Pharmacy. 



FACULTY OF THE DENTAL DEPARTMENT. 



T. O. HEATWOLE. Dean. 



J. HOLMES SMITH, A.M., M D., 

Professor of Anatomy. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

Professor of Physiology. 

TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

ISAAC H. DAVIS, M.D., D.D.S., 

Professor of Operative and Clinical Dentistry. 

J. WILLIAM SMITH, D.D.S., 

Professor of Dental Prosthesis. 

ELMER E. CRUZEN, D.D.S., 

Professor of Crown and Bridge Work and Ceramics. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Phar. D., 

Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy. 

B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S.. 

Professor of Oral Hygiene and Dental History. 

ELDRIDGE BASKIN. M.D., D.D.S.. 

Professor of Orthodontia and Associate Professor of Clinical Dentistry 

CLYDE V. MATTHEWS. D.D.S., 

Professor of Histology. 

ROBERT P. BAY, M.D., 

Professor of Oral Surgery. 

ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S., 

Professor of Dental Technics. 

ROBERT L. MITCHELL. M.D.. 

Professor of Bacteriology and Pathology. 

J. L. WRIGHT, M.D., 

Associate Professor of Anatomy. 

L. WHITING FARINHOLT, D.D.S., 

Demonstrator of Crown-Bridge. Porcelain and Inlay Work. 

FRANK P. HAYNES, D.D.S., 

J. BEN ROBINSON, D.D.S., 

Lecturers on Dental Anatomy. 

H. C. DAVIS, M.D., 

Lecturer on Nose and Throat. 

FRONTIS LENTZ. Phar.D., 

Instructor of Physics. 

GEOFFREY C. BFEHRER, A.M.. 

Instructor of Medical English. 

J. BEN ROBINSON, D.D.S., 

Director of Infirmary and Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

HORACE M. DAVIS, D.D.S., 

Chief Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

S. WH1TEFORD MOORE. D.D.S.. 
Demonstrator of Anaesthesia and Analgesia. 
B. SARGENT WELLS, D.D.S., 
Demonstrator of Prosthetic Dentistry. 
FRANCIS J. VALENTINE, A.M., D.D.S., 
E. FITZROY PHILLIPS, D.D.S., 
J. A. DA VI LA. D.D.S., 
Assistant Demonstrators of Operative Dentistry. 
CHARLES A. RUPPBRSBERGER, D.D.S., 
Demonstrator of Exodontia. 



ANNOUNCEMENT. 

1917-1918. 



The course of instruction in the Dental Department of the Univer- 
sity of Maryland covers a period of four Sessions of 32 weeks each, 
exclusive of holidays, in separate years. 

The Thirty-sixth Regular Session will begin October 1, 1917, and 
continue until about May 20, 1918. Full attendance during this period 
is demanded in order to get advancement to higher classes. Class Exami- 
nations for the Session will be held in October, January and April. 

This Department of the University of Maryland is a member, in good 
standing, of the National Association of Dental Faculties, and conforms 
to all the rules and regulations of that body. 

The many men of eminence in professional, civil and social life, gradu- 
ates of this institution, distributed throughout the civilized world, will 
amply attest to the high standard and thorough training in vogue in the 
past, and no effort will be lost in an attempt to keep abreast of the devel- 
opment in the practical scientific advancement of the profession in the 
future. 

The Central Young Men's Christian Association maintains a Branch 
Association in the buildings of the University and students are eligible as 
active or as associate members, such membership procuring for them spe- 
cial privileges in the City Association. A Students' Bible Class has been 
in operation during the past years, resulting in the maintenance and pro- 
motion of Christian character and morality among the students. 

Aside from and independent of the Regular Session, this institution main- 
tains a Spring and Summer Course, which follows immediately the termi- 
nation of each Regular Session and continues until October 1st. This 
Course is intended for practical work only; no credit for time thus put in 
is allowed toward graduation. The many advantages of the Spring and 
Summer Session for actual practice cannot be overestimated, as the number 
of patients applying for dental services is always very large and the Infirm- 
ary is never closed except on Sundays and other holidays. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR MATRICULATION. 

The Requirements for Matriculation in the Dental Department of the 
University of Maryland are those established by rule of the National 
Association of Dental Faculties, of which body this institution is a mem- 
ber, viz., the completion of a four-year course in a standard high school, 
or its equivalent. 



(1) Applicants for matriculation must submit their credentials to the 
State Examiner, Prof. Wilbur E. Smith, Baltimore City College, Balti- 
more, Maryland, for verification. If found qualified, the Examiner will 
issue a Maryland certificate, which entitles applicant to full matriculation. 

(2) Applicants lacking full credentials may establish a rating by taking 
an entrance examination, which will cover the unfinished subjects included 
in a standard four-year high school course. 

J 3) A fee of two dollars for verification and issuance of certificate 
will be charged by the Examiner. In the case of an examination the fee 
will be five dollars. 

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS. 

In order to receive credit for a full Session, each student must have 
entered and be in attendance not later than ten days after the beginning 
and remain until the close of the Begular Session, the dates for which have 
been announced in the Annual Catalogue. 

In case of sickness, attested by a physician's certificate, students may 
enter tw<enty days after the opening of the Regular Session. 

ADVANCED STANDING. 

Graduates from reputable and accredited medical colleges are admitted 
to the Sophomore Year and credits allowed on all subjects completed which 
are included in the Dental Course. 

Students from other recognized dental colleges will be given credit for 
all work completed in the institution from which they come, except those 
entering for the Senior Year only. These will be required to take the 
work of the full Senior Course of this School. 

At the close of each Session, each student must pass a satisfactory 
examination on the several subjects of that year before he can be entered 
in the succeeding grade. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

The candidate for graduation must have attended four sessions' of 
instruction in some recognized dental college, the last year of which must 
have been in this institution. 

He must have satisfied the requirements of each of the several instructors 
and proven himself proficient in the theory and practice of Dentistry. 

He must have attained the age of twenty-one years and be of good moral 
character. 

Students may matriculate by mail by sending money order, or registered 
letter containing the amount of fee, $5.00, to Dr. T. O. Heatwole, Dean, 
Corner Greene and Lombard Sts., Baltimore, Md. 

FEES FOR EACH REGULAR WINTER COURSE. 

The Fees (with the exception of the Diploma Fee) must be paid as fol- 
\ow8\ One-half on the entrance day. and the balance during the first week 
of the succeeding February; this rule must be strictly observed. 

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Matriculation (paid once only), $5.00. Tuition fee, $150.00. Diploma 
fee, $30.00. Dissecting fee (paid once only), $10.00. 

(The Diploma Fee must be paid by the first of April of the year of grad- 
uation.) 

A special ticket is issued at the close of each session to every student of 
the first, second and third year classes, as an evidence that he has passed 
successfully, or unsuccessfully, examinations for advancement to a higher 
grade, and also has attended a full session. 

No assessment is made on candidates for graduation, the University 
bearing all the expenses attending the Commencement Exercises. 

FEES FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER COURSES. 

The tuition fee for the Spring and Summer Course is $75, which must be 
paid by the first of June of each year, or on matriculation if the student 
enters later; this amount will be deducted from fees of the next following 
Winter Session. 

NOTES. 

Laboratory and Infirmary lockers are assigned in order of matricula- 
tion. 

The Dean will advise parents or guardians of the progress being made 
and of the general conduct of students, when requested so to do. 

Students are required to provide themselves with such instruments as 
may be listed by the several instructors. 

Means are provided whereby students who are strangers in the city, by 
applying to the Dean's Office, may be suitably accommodated with lodg- 
ing, etc. 

A deposit is required of each student, as a breakage fund, applying to 
Chemical Laboratory Course. 

Each Department of the University publishes exclusively its own list of 
matriculates. 

Each student must be in attendance at 85 per cent, of all classes for the 
year. 

The passing grade of this institution is 75 per cent. ; a grade ranging 
between 60 and 75 per cent, shall be regarded as a condition. A grade 
lower than 60 per cent, shall be classed as a failure. 

A conditioned subject may be removed by a written examination at a 
subsequent regular period for examinations. A subject in which the stu- 
dent may have failed will require that it be repeated in class. 

Tuition must be paid at the beginning of each semester ($75.00 October 
1st, and $75.00 February 1st), otherwise the student will not be regarded 
as enrolled for class work. 

The Dean will be found in his office, in the Dental Building, corner 
Greene and Lombard Sts., at 2 :30 P. M., each weekday. 



Course of Study— Summary 



Freshman Year. 

English 96 Hours 

Dental Anatomy 96 

General Anatomy 64 

Physiology 64 

Chemistry 160 

Histology 128 

Technical Drawing .... 48 

Pros. Tech 128 

Oper. Tech 160 

Physics — Biology 192 



1136 



Junior Year. 

Mat. Med. & Ther 64 Hours 

Pathology 128 " 

Oper. Dentistry 32 " 

Clinical Dentistry 420 " 

Prosthetic Dentistry. ... 32 " 

Prosthetic Technic 128 " 

Crown & Bridge Work. 32 " 

Crown & Bridge Technic 160 " 

Orthodontia 32 " 

Orthodontia Technic. .. 64 " 

Exodontia 32 " 



1124 



Sophomore Year. 

General Anatomy 64 Hours 

Physiology 64 " 

Physiology Lab 128 " 

Chemistry 160 " 

Mat. Med. & Ther 32 " 

Bacteriology 128 " 

Operative Dent 32 " 

Clinical Dent 160 " 

Prosthetic Dent 32 " 

Prosthetic Technic 128 « 

Crown & Bridge Work. 32 " 

Crown & Bridge Technic 96 " 

Dissecting 130 " 

1186 " 



Senior Year. 

Operative Dentsitry. ... 64 Hours 

Clinical Dentistry 640 " 

Oral Surgery 96. " 

Radiology 16 " 

Jurisprudence, etc 16 " 

Physical Diagnosis 16 " 

Anesthesis 16 "- 

Prosthetic Denistry ... 32 " 

Prac. Pros. Dentistry.. 100 " 

Oral Hygiene 16 " 

Dental History 16 " 

Exodontia 32 " 

Ceramics 32 " 



1092 



Freshman Year 1136 Hours 

Sophomore Year 1186 " 

Junior Year 1124 " 

Senior Year 1092 " 

Total 4538 " 



DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION. 



DENTAL PROSTHESIS. 

PROF. J. WILLIAM SMITH, D.D.S. 

The course of instruction under this chair embraces a thorough treatise 
on the preparation and treatment of the mouth for artificial dentures ; the 
art of securing per.-'ect impressions of the parts to which substitutes are to 
be adjusted, together with a discussion of the materials and devices 
employed in the woik; a comprehensive study of model construction and 
the materials used for same, this being supplemented with definite instruc- 
tion on modes of manipulation best calculated to give satisfactory results. 
Also, a thorough study of approved methods of constructing artificial 
dentures on the various bases, such as vulcanite, celluloid, gold and other 
plate metal, and continuous gum work, the properties and special adapta- 
bility of the several bases to particular cases being treated in a comprehen- 
sive manner. 

The teaching from this chair is done through didactic lectures, reviews, 
demonstrations and work on practical cases. 

CHEMISTRY AND METALLURGY. 
PROF. E. FRANK KELLY, Phab. D. 

The aim of this course is to present to the student the most important 
facts and principles of Modern Chemistry in a plain but precise and scien- 
tific form. Special attention will be given to the mode of preparation, 
properties, etc., of the metals, alloys and the various compounds used in 
dental practice. 

The course of lectures will be fully illustrated by experiments, for which 
purpose the department is well supplied with apparatus. 

The didactic lecture course on Chemistry will be supplemented by labo- 
ratory experiments covering the work embraced in the theoretical teaching. 
The scope of work done is intended to make the subject practical and to 
afford opportunity to the student to prove for himself the established laws 
of physical and chemical force, the affinity existing between certain ele- 
ments, and to give training in formula construction. 

ANATOMY. 

PROF. J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D 

Anatomy will be taught in the most practical manner, not only by didac- 
tic lectures in the anatomical theatre, but by class demonstrations of oste- 
ology and syndesmology, under the supervision of an Associate Professor of 
Anatomy. The lectures on this fundamental branch of medicine and dental 
science will be amply illustrated with preparations, models, plates, draw- 
ings and dissected cadaver. Special reference will be made to the anatomy, 
microscopical and comparative, of the jaws, teeth, salivary glands and other 
organs and tissues contained within or accessory to the oral cavity. 

The teaching of this branch is graded and covers a period of two Ses- 
sions. The instruction during the First Year is given by two Associate 
Professors, one of whom has charge of the Practical Anatomy, this calling 
for the complete dissection of the human cadaver. 

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PHYSIOLOGY. 

PROF. JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. 

The instruction in this department is graded and covers a period of two 
years. The work of the first half of the first year is applied to the subject 
of biology, under which a full study of the structure, life, action, growth 
and reproduction of living organisms is taken up. The latter half of the 
first year is given over to a study of the fundamental principles of physi- 
ology, such as will ground the study well in the science of living matter 
and its function, and a treatise on the circulatory and respiratory systems. 

The second-year course embraces a complete and comprehensive study 
of the vital phenomena of muscular action ; digestion ; heart, liver, kidneys 
and their functions ; the secretory and excretory glands, and the brain and 
nervous system. 

MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS. 

PROF. TIMOTHY O. HEATWOLE, M.D., D.D.S. 

It is the aim to prepare the Sophomore Year students in the funda- 
mentals of Materia Medica, ground him well in symbols, special characters 
and definitions ; the laws governing the action of drugs, preparations, their 
mode of manufacture, relative strengths and dosage; the English and 
Metric systems of weights and measures, together with many other special 
and important basic details. 

The Junior Year work embraces the grouping of drugs under their physi- 
ologic action and therapeutic uses; preparations and doses of individual 
drugs, their toxicology, with treatment by chemical and physiologic anti- 
dotes; and general and local anaesthesia. Special attention is given to a 
study of all agencies employed to correct pathologic conditions occurring 
about the mouth. 

OPERATIVE AND CLINICAL DENTISTRY. 

PROF. ISAAC H. DAVIS, M D., D.D.S. 

The course from this Chair will comprise thorough practical instruc- 
tion in all dental operations such as filling, extracting, crowning and regu- 
lating the teeth ; the filling of pulp canals ; the treatment of alveolar abscess, 
diseased pulps, etc. All proper methods for performing operations on the 
teeth and tissues involved will be demonstrated at regular clinics. The 
various forms and qualities of gold and other metals will be carefully con- 
sidered, and the kind best suited for each particular case thoroughly 
explained and practically demonstrated in operations known to the pro- 
fession. The advantages and disadvantages of each particular form of 
gold will be carefully scrutinized. The methods of manipulating cohesive 
and non-cohesive gold foils will be carefully taught, as a knowledge of the 
uses of both forms is absolutely essential to a complete dental education. 
All plastic materials for filling teeth, such as amalgam, cement, etc., and 
the mode of manipulation will receive careful attention. 

The Professor of this branch has an Associate who at stated periods 
gives practical clinics at the Chair to sections of the several classes. 

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CROWN— BRIDGE— CERAMICS. 
PROF. ELMER E. CBUZEN, D.D.S. 

The teaching of this branch covers a graded course of three Sessions. All 
the various methods, appliances and materials employed in the work are 
minutely described by lectures delivered on the subject. Demonstrations 
are also given and much time occupied in the supervision of experimental 
work assigned to students in the laboratory. The instructor of this branch 
assists in the practical work of this character being done in the Infirmary. 

Gold and porcelain inlay work, as well as baked porcelain crowns and 
bridges, receive the attention their importance demands. 

ORAL HYGIENE AND DENTAL HISTORY. 

PROF. B. MERRILL HOPKINSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S. 

The subject of Oral Hygiene is claiming special consideration at the 
present time. It embraces a treatise on the factors present in the mouth 
which produce disease of the oral cavity and reflect their influence generally 
throughout the system. The study of this subject is presented by a course 
of lectures in the Fourth Year and includes the causes, results and treat- 
ment for the eradication of unhygienic and, therefore, dangerous condi- 
tions of the oral cavity. 

The course in Dental History, now regarded as a necessary part of the 
education of the Twentieth Century Oral Specialist, will embrace an expo- 
sition of the subject, from the crude methods in the days of antiquity to 
the wonderful scientific and exact methods of the time in wmich we live* 

ORAL SURGERY. 

PROF. ROBERT P. BAY, M.D. 
The course of study on this branch is placed in the Senior Year, and 
consists of lectures on the etiology, pathology and treatment of all classes 
of tumors occurring in and about the mouth, face and head. Special clinics 
and demonstrations are given to the students of this department in the 
Hospital, which is located on the grounds of the University. The aim of 
this course is to familiarize the student with abnormal conditions incident 
to the field of his future operation and to thoroughly train him in the 
diagnosis of benign and malignant growths. 

HISTOLOGY. 

PROF. CLYDE V. MATTHEWS, D.D.S. 

The Course in Histology is given in the First Year and is taught by 
both lectures and demonstrations in the laboratory. It is intended to 
familiarize the student with the minute anatomy of the various tissues and 
organs of the body. Students are trained in the proper use of the micro- 
scope and its accessories, and staining, mounting and properly manipulat- 
ing sections made for microscopic study. 

BACTERIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY. 

PROF. ROBERT L. MITCHELL. M.D. 
In the Second Year, Bacteriology is taught by didactic lectures, recita- 
tions and demonstrations in the laboratory. The course in Bacteriology 
includes practical technics and the study of special bacteria of the mouth. 

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Gross Pathology and Pathologic Histology are taught by personal dem- 
onstrations, the former embracing several hundred museum specimens. 

The laboratory is amply provided with microscopes and other necessary 
accessories for thorough teaching. The time devoted to both subjects will 
be three hours a week for the full seven months, the time being about 
equally divided between the two. 

ORTHODONTIA. 
PROF. ELDRIDGE BASKIN, M.D., D.D.S. 

The advancement of Dental Science has made this an important feature 
in the curriculum and in its consideration, special emphasis is laid on the 
knowledge of true or normal occlusion, the causes responsible for maloccula- 
sion and classification of same. Special attention is given to the phe- 
nomena of tooth movement and the various appliances required to correct 
malposed teeth. 

This branch also includes definite instruction on the harmony of facial 
lines, the strong points in facial expression, and an explanation of the 
necessity and method of adapting forces to the maldeveloped parts, making 
them more nearly ideal. 

The teaching of Orthodontia is done by a course of lectures and demon- 
strations on models and practical cases obtained from the daily clinics. 

PROSTHETIC TECHNICS. 

PROF. ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S. 

Prosthetic Technics is taught during the first half of the First Session. 
The teaching is done by demonstrations and by personal supervision of 
vulcanite plate construction by the students, beginning with the partial set 
and leading up to the full denture. Each instrument and its use is 
explained and demonstrated. Likewise, all the materials employed in the 
process. At the close of the Course, a specimen piece is required from each 
student, upon which he is graded. 

OPERATIVE TECHNICS. 
PROF. ALEX. H. PATERSON, D.D.S. 

This instruction is given during the latter half of the First Year, and 
the purpose of it is to familiarize the student with the gross and minute 
anatomy of the natural teeth, to impart the essentials of cavity preparation 
and to enable him to locate what are termed the pulp chamber and the 
root canals, to demonstrate the several cavity and canal filling materials, 
and to train the beginner in manipulation of instruments about the mouth. 

At the termination of the Course, each student is required to prepare a 
cavity and insert a cohesive gold filling, this being the basis of his grade 
for the work in this branch. 

MEDICAL ENGLISH. 
GEOFFREY C. BUEHRER, A.M. 

This course, which is required for the degree of Doctor of Dental Sur- 
. will deal with English as it relates to Medical and allied sciences. 

Experience has shown that the average college graduate, without a spe- 
cial training in Latin and Greek, or a working knowledge of scientific ter- 
minology, fails to grasp complete understanding as he listens to lectures 
01 follows a text on scientific subjects. 

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The course will embrace a study of Latin and Greek word roots, prefixes 
and suffixes, the science of word building and derivation. Weekly tests in 
composition on topics studied in other departments will be given, special 
emphasis being placed on Medical and general orthography, composition, 

etc - •..*!& 

PROSTHETIC CLINIC. 

B. SARGENT WELLS, D.D.S. 

Under the supervision of a chief demonstrator and his assistants, each 
member of the Junior and Senior Classes is required to construct experi- 
mental and practical dentures on the various bases recommended in the 
theoretical course on Dental Prosthesis. Special attention is given to details 
in impression taking, model construction, tooth selection for individual 
cases, their artistic arrangement with an eye single to normal facial resto- 
ration, and proper articulation and occlusion. 

Each Senior student will be required to construct throughout at least 
three practical dentures. 

The instruction of this department is conducted on practical lines, which 
brings the teacher and pupil in personal contact. The facilities for carry- 
ing on the work are modern and complete, and every possible means pro- 
vided whereby a student may acquire proficiency in the art of substituting 
lost masticatory organs. 

INFIRMARY CLINIC. 

The Infirmary of the Dental Department of the University of Maryland 
is a large, commodious, thoroughly equipped room, 100 by 33 feet in 
dimensions, with ample window space to supply sufficient light for opera- 
tions in the mouth. 

This room is open to the general public every day, except Sundays and 
jther holidays, from 1 :30 to 6 P. M., and the many thousands of patients 
who present themselves during the Session supply abundant means for 
practical experience to the students of the several classes. This has made 
of it one of the best clinics in the country. 

ANAESTHESIA AND EXTRACTING. 

Supplemental to the theoretical instruction given to the students on the 
subject of Anaesthesia through the Chair of Materia Medica and Therapeu- 
tics, special clinics and demonstrations are provided for and conducted in 
connection with the extracting room clinic. 

The many patients coming to this clinic each day give opportunity for 
practical experience and the development of skill in tooth extraction. 
Special attention is given to different cases by the demonstrator in charge, 
such as the extraction of impacted teeth, the skillful removal of roots with 
the least possible mutilation of surrounding parts, the proper methods for 
lancing abscesses, and other incidents accompanying extraction. 

PRACTICAL ANATOMY. 

The instruction given in this section is a part of the Sophomore Year 
Course. Each student is required to dissect an entire human subject, 

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material for which is supplied by the University. The work is done during 
the stated hours of each weekday, under the personal supervision of the 
Associate Professor of Anatomy and his assistants. 

HOSPITAL CLINICS. 

The advantages of the University Hospital, which is situated in the 
group of University buildings, are at all times open to the students of the 
Dental Department. All classes of operations are conducted in the special 
amphitheatre, which affords, through its peculiar arrangement, splendid 
opportunity for students to view the technique of the surgeon at his work. 
By attendance on these clinics, the students also gain practical information 
in the use of ansethetics, both general and local, which are in daily use. 



TEXT=BOOKS. 

Operative Dentistry: Johnson, Kirk. 

Prosthetic Dentistry: Richard, Turner, Wilson. 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics: Prinz, Buckley, Stevens. 

Physiology: Haliburton, Kirke. 

Anatomy: Gray. 

Chemistry: Simons. 

Histology: Piersol, Storh, Schaefer, Hill. 

Orthodontia: Angle, Talbott, Guilford, Jackson. 

Bacteriology : Jordan, Hiss & Zinsser. 

Pathology: Stengel, McConnell, Burchard & Inglis. 

Oral Surgery: Blair, Underwood, Marshall. 

Dental Anatomy: Broumell. 

Medical Dictionary: Gould, Lippincott, Stedman. 

PRIZES. 

The following prizes were awarded to members of the Senior, Junior and 
Freshman Classes of this Dental Department for the Session of 1916-1917: 

University Gold Medal for Highest Grade at Final Examinations — 
DeWitt Bacon Lancaster. 

Honorable Mention for Second Highest Grade — Carl Preston Cline. 

Roll of Honor (ten students of the Senior Class with highest standing 
in order named) — DeWitt Bacon Lancaster, Carl Preston Cline, Mor- 
&I8 Cramer, Coleman Tompkins Brown, Leland Horace Miller, El- 
borus H. Palmer, Joseph Jennings Godson, Oscar Ernest Culler, 
Maurice D. Corrioan, Harold Irving HuCKANS. 

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SENIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

The James II. Harris Gold Medal (for best Non-Cohesive Gold Filling) 
— Emsley Augustus Coble. 

First Honorable Mention — Moe Murry Kirshen. 

The F. J. S. Gorgas Gold Medal (for best Cohesive Gold Filling)— Z. 
Lester Edwards. 

First Honorable Mention — Lawrence A. Demarco. 

Second Honorable Mention — Adolphe jSTelson Marsh. 

The Prof. I. H. Davis Gold Medal (for best Combination Gold Filling) 
— Carl Preston Cline. 

First Honorable Mention — George E. Waynick. 

The Prof. B. Merrill Hopkinson Gold Medal (for best Oral Hygiene 
Exhibit) — Adolphe Nelson Marsh. 

The Alex. H. Patterson Gold Medal (for best Full Upper Set of Teeth 
on Metal) — Oscar Ernest Culler. 

First Honorable Mention — DeWitt Bacon Lancaster. 

Gold Medal (for best Senior Class Crown and Bridge Work) — Oscar 
Ernest Culler. 

First Honorable Mention — Harold Irving Huckans. 

JUNIOR CLASS PRIZES. 

The Prosthetic Gold Medal — Charles B. Martin. 
First Honorable Mention — Henry Y. Murray. 

The Charles R. Deeley Gold Medal (for best Junior Class Crown and 
Bridge Work) — Charles B. Martin. 

First Honorable Mention — Henry V. Murray. 

FRESHMAN CLASS PRIZES. 

The University Gold Medal (for best Vulcanite Set of Teeth) — Samuel 
A. Issow. 

First Honorable Mention — Benjamin R. Morrison. 

The Dr. L. W. Farinholt Gold Medal (for best Freshman Class Crown 
and Bridge Work) — Samuel A. Issow. 

First Honorable Mention — Benjamin R. Morrison. 

The University Gold Medal (for best Freshman Class Cohesive Gold 
Filling) — Everett H. Garey. 

First Honorable Mention — Benjamin R. Morrison. 

ORTHODONTIA MEDAL OPEN TO JUNIOR AND SENIOR CLASSES. 

The Dr. Eldridge Baslcin Gold, Medal (for best Orthodontia Case) — 
John Francis Peters. 

First Honorable Mention — DeWitt Bacon Lancaster. 

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GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1917. 



Milton Bayfield Acorn Washington. 

Louis Amos Bennett Virginia. 

Edwin M. Betts New Jersey. 

Coleman Tompkins Brown Florida. 

Charles Harrison Claiborne, Jr Maryland. 

James Campbell Clarke Virginia. 

Carl Preston Cline Virginia. 

Emsley Augustus Coble North Carolina. 

Maurice D. Corrigan Connecticut. 

Morris Cramer Maryland. 

Oscar Ernest Culler North Carolina. 

Emmett Paul Dagon New York. 

Lawrence A. Demarco Maryland. 

Ceorge A. Dozois New Hampshire. 

Z. Lester Edwards North Carolina. 

3 . Frederick Emerson Brazil. 

Cornelius Berrian Fish New York. 

Glenn Badgley Fleek New York. 

Owen Philip Gillick New York. 

Frank Joseph Glanville New Jersey. 

Joseph Jennings Godson New York. 

Charles Louis Goldberg New York. 

Walter H. Harnisch New York. 

Harold Irving Huckans New York. 

Joaquin Jimenez Matutez Porto Rico. 

Albert H. Kendall Georgia. 

Moe Murry Kirshen New York. 

Df. Witt Bacon Lancaster South Carolina. 

J. Frank Manley Massachusetts. 

Adolphe Nelson Marsh Massachusetts. 

Leland Horace Miller Ma ine. 

Harold W. Ouderkirk New York. 

Eldorus H. Palmer New York. 

John Francis Peters Nicaragua, ( J. A. 

Glenn Hardy Quick New York. 

Harold P.ayliss Sampson New York. 

Ramon Fabnois Sabateb New Jersey. 

Pierre Jean Santoni Porto Rico. 

ItOY P. Smith Maryland. 

1 i BWABD Lynx Tracy Vermont. 

Vu TOBIANO A. Vina Cuba. 

Gi oboe B. Waynick North Carolina. 

Boris Weohteben Russia. 

w i F.i. i am George Williams Connecticut 

J.. Clarke Wittejs West Virginia, 

Earl i;. Wbay New York, 

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CATALOGUE OF DENTAL STUDENTS. 

SESSION 1916=1917. 

All of these Matriculates conformed to the Requirements for Admission as 
Specified by the Annual Catalogue for each year. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Acorn, M. D Washington Univ. of Maryland. 

*Adams, H. J 

Betts, E. M New Jersey Dr. Edwin Bett s. 

Bennett, L. A Virginia Univ. of Ma ryland. 

Brown, C. T Florida Univ. of Maryland. 

Claiborne, C. H Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Clarke, J. C Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

CJine, C. P North Carolina Dr. S. W. Foster. 

Coble. E. A North Carolina Dr. T. L. Spoon. 

Corrigan, M. D Connecticut Univ. of Maryland. 

Cramer, M Maryland Dr. A. Cramer. 

Culler, O. E North Carolina Dr. T. L. Spoon. 

Dagon, E. P Hornell, N. Y Dr. L. D. Bennett. 

Demarco, L. A Maryland Dr. H. A. Cherry. 

Dozois, G. E New Hampshire Univ. of Maryland. 

Edwards, Z. L North Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Emerson, J. F Brazil Dr. J. G. Emerson. 

Fish, C. B New York Dr. C. W. Gray. 

Fleek, G. W New York Dr. Philip D. Ungerer. 

*Gareau, M. B 

Gillick, O. P New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Glanville, F. J New Jersey Univ. of Maryland. 

Godson, J. J New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Goldberg, C. L New York Dr. J. M. Weinberger. 

Harnisch, W New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Huckans, H. I New York Dr. C. F. Becker. 

Jimenez, J Porto Rico Univ. of Maryland. 

Kendall, A. H Georgia Univ. of Maryland. 

Kirshen, M New York Dr. Albert Kreetman. 

Lancaster, D. B South Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Manley, F. J Massachusetts Dr. E. T. LeDieke. 

Marsh, A Massachusetts Univ. of Maryland. 

fMartinez, T. J 

Miller, L. H Maine Dr. W. S. Miller. 

*Monsell, R. H 

*Montane, J. B 

Ouderkirk. H. W New York Dr. Win. A. Mabie. 

Palmer, E. H New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Peters, J. F Central America Dr. Walter T. Voigt. 

Quick, G. H New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Sampson, H New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Sabater, R. F New Jersey Dr. D. M. Sabater. 

Santoni, P. J Porto Rico Univ. of Maryland. 

Smith. R. P Maryland Dr. W. G. Smith. 

Tracy. D. L Vermont Dr. C. C. Walker. 

Vina, V Cuba Dr. L. A. Cambo. 

Waynick, G. E North Carolina Dr. Kernodle. 

Williams. W. G Connecticut Univ. of Maryland. 

**Windheim, A. P New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Witten. L. C West Virginia Dr. J. Ben Robinson. 

Wray. E. R New York Dr. H. D. Wray. 

Wechteren, B Russia Univ. of Maryland. 

♦Did not attend. f Attended part session. ** Special Student. 

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JUNIOR CLASS. 
Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Abbott, J. E New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Badillo, P Porto Rico Univ. of Maryland. 

Baker, J. W Virginia Dr. W. O. Smith. 

Bradshaw, H. F Connecticut Dr. C. P. Bradshaw. 

Brazill, G. K Connecticut Dr. W. J. Brazill. 

Bressler, C. S Pennsylvania Dr. W. C. Bressler. 

Buck, L. S New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Bueherer, G. C Ohio Dr. Henry Strasser. 

Callejas, S Honduras Univ. of Maryland. 

Charest, R. P Massachusetts Univ. of Maryland. 

Cohvell, H. E Maine Dr. Geo. A. Phillips. 

Conway, G. J Canada Dr. Otto Nase. 

Cooper, H. R Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Cox, Miss E. B North Carolina Dr. J. J. Hamlin. 

Diaz, S Porto Rico Univ. of Maryland. 

Diehl, C. O Maryland Dr. J. S>. Diehl. 

Dill, P. S Massachusetts Univ. of Maryland. 

Dunn, M Connecticut . Dr. Maurice Dunn. 

Egan, J. F Georgia Univ. of Maryland. 

Fitch, W. H., Jr New York Dr. P.H. Fitch. 

Fletcher, Ralph Maine Dr. L. D. Leahy. 

Gaver, O. H Maryland Dr. W. T. Jenkins. 

Gray, W. A North Carolina Dr. W. F. Gray. 

Hall, W. A West Virginia Dr. H. W. Atcherson. 

Hamel, L. E Massachusetts Univ. of Maryland. 

tHerrington, F. N 

t Hays, R. S Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Hines, J. F New Jersey Dr. Starr. 

Ilodgdon, F. A Maine Dr. P. F. M. Gilley. 

Horn, I. H .Connecticut Univ. of Maryland. 

Hutson, W. E Maryland Dr. Wilbert Price. 

Knoebel, E. L Maryland Dr. C. V. Matthews. 

Koshi, G. S California Univ. of Maryland. 

*LeBarre, E. I Ohio Univ. of Maryland. 

Leggo, T. C Connecticut Dr. W. B. Spencer. 

Lewis, Miss B. L North Carolina Dr. T. P. Bullard. 

Livingston, A South Carolina Univ. of Maryland. , 

Luongo, C. P New York Univ. of Maryland. 

McAndrew, John West Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Maristany, C. F Porto Rico Univ. of Maryland. 

Martin, O. B North Carolina Dr. F. A. Lasley. 

Masses, M Cuba Univ. of Maryland. 

Miller, A. C North Carolina Dr. J. V. Davis. 

Milne, D. McD Maine Dr. Geo. A. Phillips. 

Mitchell, N. R Virginia Dr. W. S. Mitchell. 

Montgomery, J. P North Carolina Dr. Wessell. 

Mooney, J. A New Jersey Univ. of Maryland. 

Moore, W. T North Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Mora, Miss C. A Porto Rico Dr. C. R. PouGomez. 

Morin, E. C Rhode Island Dr. O. P. Huot. 

Murray, H. V North Carolina Dr. T. L. Spoon. 

Murray, W. J .Connecticut Dr. T. J. Murray. 

Noel, E. S Massachusetts Dr. Smith. 

O'Donnell, E. J West Virginia Dr. J. B. Robinson. 

Pinks, R. C Maryland Dr. W. E. Boyd. 

fParke, W. TI New York Dr. Wm. B. Parke. 

Patterson, Q. II New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Pbarr, J. W North Carolina Dr. H. C. Henderson. 

Phinner, A. W New York Dr. Robt. J. Scott. 

Preston, H Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Rodriqui /.. S Porto Rico Univ. of Maryland. 

Rutrough, J. E Virginia Dr. J. C. Rutrough. 

♦Did not attend. t Attended part session. 

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JUNIOR CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Sherman, J. L New York Dr. Russell Bird. 

Slovin, S. L Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Smith. C. F Maryland Dr. F. W. Smith 

Ston, G New York Dr. A. H. Ston. 

Snssman, A Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

tTemple, C. R New Hampshire Univ. of Maryland. 

Tetu, A Rhode Island Dr. O. P. Huot. 

Trahan, W. A Rhode Island Univ. of Maryland. 

Underhill, J. M North Carolina Dr. C. D. Gruver. 

Varden, R. B., Jr Pennsylvania Dr. R. B. Varden. 

Via, D. O Virginia Dr. J. M. Herr. 

Welch, J. E New York Dr. E. M.Welch. 

Wolverton, L. B West Virginia Dr. J. J. H. Cather. 

Wolverton, L. R West Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

*Wood, H. L Vermont Dr. Cullins 

Yeater, H. U West Virginia Dr. L. M. Basehoar. 

*Did not attend. f Attended part session. 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 
Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Alexander, H. R Pennsylvania Univ. of Maryland. 

Ames, L. H Virginia Dr. Vernon Ames. 

Baber, F. L Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Bell, A. I Canada Dr. M. A. Bell. 

Bernardini, J. R Porto Rico Univ. of Maryland. 

Bernert, M. G Massachusetts Dr. Harold J. Foley. 

Booth, J. C Virginia Dr. W. S. Mitchell. 

Castany, I Central America Univ. of Maryland. 

Chaseman, M. H Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Corretjer, A Porto Rico Univ. of Maryland. 

Davis, C. A Pennsylvania Univ. of Maryland. 

Dobrowsky, N New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Elzey, G. W Delaware Dr. Chas. Cannon. 

Engleman, R. C Virginia Dr. James Adair. 

Fast, F. H West Virginia Dr. J. Ben Robinson. 

*Finley, W. N 

Fleming, D. H Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Gaines, D. E West Virginia Dr. McKibbin. 

Garey, E. H Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Haber, M. F New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Harper, R. N Virginia Dr. C. E. Harper. 

Harris, N New Jersey Dr. M. Vinciguerra. 

♦Harrison, C. H North Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Hendin, L Maryland Dr. Samuel Kreger. 

Hester, J. N North Carolina Dr. J. A. Roach. 

Hope, L. E Vermont Dr. Harry Burns. 

Horst, W. G Maryland Dr. E. A. Firey. 

Houlihan, P. J New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Hussey, F. L North Carolina Dr. H. S. Willey. 

Hurst, H. L West Virginia Dr. Atchinson. 

Issow, S New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Jacobs, H. W Ohio Univ. of Maryland. 

Kauffelt. T. D West Virginia Dr. L. F. Metzger. 

Keaton. D. B West Virginia Dr. R. Neely. 

Kennedy. H. W West Virginia Pr. Paul Young. 

Killian, F. F Rhode Island Univ. of Maryland. 

Krause, D. P Connecticut Dr. D. Krause. 

*Did not attend. 

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FRESHMAN CLASS. 

Name. Residence. Preceptor. 

Lee, J. A Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Levenson, A. H Massachusetts Univ. of Maryland. 

Levin, J Maryland Dr. B. Pushkin. 

Long, V. H Pennsylvania Univ. of Maryland. 

McQuaid, E. G Canada Dr. W. J. McMillan. 

Mauley, J. T Massachusetts Dr. E. H. Smith. 

Marry, J Canada Univ. of Maryland. 

Masten, G. H North Carolina Dr. R. O. Apple. 

Mason, P. H North Carolina Dr. R. W. Crews. 

Matticks, J. W New Jersey Univ. of Maryland. 

Mehaff ey, L. W Pennsylvania Univ. of Maryland. 

Mendenhall, F. C North Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Milliken, J. B North Carolina Dr. R. M. Farrel. 

Mizell, D. B North Carolina Dr. W. G. Mizell. 

Mitchell, D. H Massachusetts Univ. of Maryland. 

Mitchell, R. W Delaware Univ. of Maryland. 

Montague, L. S West Virginia Dr. Phillip Schafer. 

Morrison, B. R North Carolina Dr. Geo. K. Patterson. 

Muhlbach, A. C Maryland Dr. Edw. W. Stieff. 

Myers, E. K Delaware Univ. of Maryland. 

Neary, E. G New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Neish, L. D New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Padilla, F Porto Rico Dr. Carlos C. Ununtia. 

Parent, A Massachusetts Dr. J. P. Massicotte. 

Patton, W. W Maine Dr. Horace Gould. 

Peterson, C. E Connecticut Dr. J. F. Thompson. 

Plasse, O. J Rhode Island Univ. of Maryland. 

Polanco, F Porto Rico Dr. B. R. Jones. 

Remsberg, A. R Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Ridenhour, W. C North Carolina .Dr. F. W. Carlton. 

Roberts, E. J New Jersey Dr. C. B. Roberts. 

*Rush, F Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Ryan, C. A West Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Saunders, W. J Virginia Dr. David Levin. 

Savard, H. O Connecticut Dr. Grimley. 

Schwartz, D Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Shirk, E Pennsylvania Dr. Chas. B. Fager; Jr. 

Smith, G. H Florida Dr. W. E. VanBrunt. 

Stevens, E. T Virginia Univ. of Maryland. 

Taylor, E. M North Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Ugarte, R. B Central America Univ. of Maryland. 

Underwood, R. L North Carolina Dr. Walter S. Mitchell. 

Vencius, B Maryland Univ. of Maryland. 

Webster, C New York Univ. of Maryland. 

Williams, M. H Virginia Dr. Roger Williams. 

Wilson, T. S North Carolina Univ. of Maryland. 

Wolohan, S. J Massachusetts Univ. of Maryland. 

*Did not attend. I' 3 ^[^ 



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GRADUATES 

OF THE 

University of Maryland, Dental Department. 



Ackrill, F. H., Connecticut 1914 Barton, W. J. F., New York.. 1905 Bowbeer, N. Grant, Canada. .. 1895 

Acorn, M. B., Washington. ... 1917 Basehoar, 0. S., Penna 1900 Boweu, Gilbert M., Canada. .. 1901 

Adair, J. M., Virginia 1916 Basehoar, L. M., Penna 1911 Bowker, A. J., New Jersey . . . .1907 

iken, 1)., 8. C 1«90 Basehore, Horace E., Penna... 1886 Bowles, Aubrey R., Virginia. . 1891 

..iken, A. A., Texas 1897 Bass, Chas. DeL., North Car.. 1910 Bowlus, Emory M., Maryland.. 1891 

Aiken, R. W., Texas 1901 Baskin, Eldridge, South Car.. 1903 Bowman, John C, Virginia. . .1904 

Albert, A. C, West Va 1916 Bates, Robt. A., Virginia 1888 Boyd, Samuel A., California. . .1893 

Albrecht, J., Germany 1887 Baugher, Wm. L., Virginia. .. 1912 Boyd, Walter G., Maryland. . .1897 

Albright, T. W., New York.. 1884 Baylis, Chas. F., New York... 1892 Boyden, M. C, North Car 1899 

Aldridge, A. Z., Maryland. ... 1916 Beachley, Wm. E., Maryland. .1890 Boyette, O. S., North Car 1891 

Allaire, A. J., Massachusetts. . 1910 Beadles, E. Payson, Virginia. . 1885 Boyle, T. L., New York 1910 

Alexander, C. T., Georgia 1899 Beall, Chas. E., Virginia 1898 Boyle, Elvie S., Maryland. ... 1891 

Allen, L. T., Canada 1912 Bean, J. H., Massachusetts... . 1888 Boyajian, Garabed, Turkey ... 1887 

Allen, W. Ed., Maryland 1901 Bean, W. E., New York 1916 Braendle, S. E., Pennsylvania. 1892 

Allen, J. C, New York 1905 Beale, John C. C, Maryland. .1892 Bragdon, Chas. J., Maine 1899 

Allen, H. Roy, Vermont 1906 Beck, Frank, Pennsylvania. ... 1889 Bragg, K. R., Missouri 1889 

Allen, Robt. E., North Car 1908 Becker, Charles F., Penna.. .. 1902 Bragg, Laurence A., Virginia. .1901 

Allison, G., Virginia 1900 Bedenbaugh, A. J., South Car.. 1913 Bratton, Daniel, Maryland. . . .1911 

Allwine, Harry W., Nebraska. .1891 Bedinger, A. F. G., New York.. 1903 Bradford, H. C, Virginia. .. .1885 

Allworth, Jas. D., New York.. 1908 Beland, W. C, Massachusetts.. 1914 Biandon, G. I., Jamaica 1916 

Alton, W. Wolsley, Canada. . .1892 Belcher, L. L., West Va 1908 Brawner, Chas. J., Georgia. . .1887 

Amend, Emil, Germany 1886 Bell, Mabrey B., Maryland. . . .1896 Breault, H. C. Raoul, Conn... .1897 

Anderson, J. P., South Car 1891 Bell, A. Marvin, Canada 1903 Breeden, B. B., South Car 1883 

Anderson, W. C, Virginia. .. .1892 Bell, J. P., Canada 1916 Bressler, W. C, Penna 1884 

Anderson, Fred S., Canada. . . .1897 Bell, L. D., Bermuda 1914 Bressler, Geo. L., Penna 1896 

Anderson, W. E., South Car. ..1898 Bemis, A. A., Massachusetts. .. 1887 Bresnahan, John H., Maine... 1901 

Anderson, Geo. J., Maine 1902 Benjamin, Jas. G., Montana. ..1891 Briggs, E. Fred., Maine 1903 

Anderson, J. F., North Car. .. .1909 Bennett, L. A., Virginia 1917 Bristol, F. R., New York.... 1914 

Anders, F. R., North Car 1910 Best, John P., South Car 1896 Broadwater, T. O., Maryland.. 1916 

Ansley, C. D., Massachusetts. . 1910 Besore, J. Henry, Maryland. .. 1897 Brobst, Millard C, Ohio 1904 

Apple, Robt. O., North Car.... 1907 Bereston, Arthur, Maryland. . .1909 Brockett, Raymond W., Conn.. 1913 

Apple, Troy A., North Car.... 1907 Berkhimer, H. L., Penn 1904 Broecking, A., Germany 1899 

Applewhite, E. J., Virginia. .. 1907 Bernhardt, D. A., Penna 1912 Brook, Geo. G. F., California. .1896 

Archambault, M., Rhode Isl.. . .1905 Berry, Wm. C, Virginia 1888 Brookes, S. O., Virginia 1896 

Armstrong, H. T., Canada. ... 1896 Berry, John R., Virginia 1890 Brooker, P. DuB., South Car. .1899 

Armstrong Robt. E., Iowa.... 1900 Berryhill, A. M., North Car... 1907 Brooks, Archie C, New York. .1904 

Arnold, F. L., Rhode Island.. 1893 Botts, E. M., New Jersey. .. .1917 Bross, A. A., Connecticut. .. .1914 

Arnold, Jos. P., Texas 1900 Beville, Alex. J.. Texas 1892 Brotherton, Sam. S., Iowa. . . .1891 

Arthur, Walter C, Penna 1895 Bibeau, R. A., Massachusetts. .1914 Brown, Claude D., Virginia. .. 1885 

Asbill, F. G., South Carolina. .1892 Bigham, Jas. B., South Car... 1884 Brown, C. T., Florida 1917 

Ashbrook, Wm. B., Penna 1895 Binder. Harry W., Maryland. . 1912 Browne, Wilbur F., Maine. .. .1899 

Askins, F. B., New York 1914 Bird, Wm. Russell, New York. 1915 Brown, Fred. H., Vermont. .. 1898 

Atchison, H. W., West Va 1908 Birdsall, Chas. C, New York. .1901 Brown, M. M., Mississippi 1899 

Austin, Aug. L., West Va 1901 Bishop, C. H., New York.... 1896 Brown, Wm. S., Jr., S. Car... 1890 

Austin, N. E., New York 1910 Bishop Chas. G., New York... 1902 Brown, Wm. S., Maryland 1899 

Aven, Chas. G., Virginia 1889 Bixby, Clarence E., Vermont. . 1913 Brown, John F., Maryland. .. .1900 

Avery, S. De L., South Car.... 1893 Black, John A., New Jersey.. 1912 Brown, John H., Ohio 1884 

Ayer, J. M., North Carolina. . 1890 Black, Thos., Jr., South Car... 1913 Brown, A. Stanley, Maryland. . 1905 

Ayers, Charles E., Penna 1897 Blackiston, T. C, West Va...l888 Brown, Leroy D., Florida. .. .1913 

Bachman, A. M. C, Maryland. 1901 Blackwelder, L. D., Penna.. .. 1895 Brown, Lewis R., Arizona. ... 1905 

Bachman, E. H., Maryland. . .1909 Blackburn, Frank G., Penna. .. 1903 Brown, Samuel B., Maryland. . 1905 

Baden, Frank A., Maryland. .. 1886 Blair, Jos. P., Virginia 1889 Brown, H. N., Rhode Island.. 1910 

Badger, Aug. P., Maryland. ... 1889 Blaisdell, H. W., New Hamp..l910 Brown, J. O.. Pennsylvania. .. 1904 

Baer, Benj. F., Penna 1888 Blakeslee, G. W., New York.. 1888 Brown, R. F., New Jersey. .. 1916 

Bagby, H. C, M. D., Calif 1891 Blakeslee, F. E., New York... 1894 Browning, J. B., Rhode Isl. ..1900 

Bailey, M. A., South Car 1885 Blalock, Capers W., Florida. .. 1891 Bruce, Wm. W., West Va 1886 

Bailey, E. J., South Car 1889 Blanchard, P. H., Vermont. .. 1912 Bruce, George L., Maryland. . 1891 

Baker, Jos. Maben, Arkansas. .1887 Blatt, D. F., Marvland 1912 Bruce, Wallace B., Maryland. . 1910 

Baker, H. Clagett, West Va...l895 Blatt, Harry G., Maryland. ... 1905 Brugeille, Emile, France 1886 

Baker, Albert D., Maryland. .. 1897 Blevins, D. C, No. Car 1916 Brumberger, M., New York... 1915 

Baker, Jas. H., North Car 1899 Bliss, Barnet, Russia 1896 Bryant, A. G., Connecticut. ... 1916 

Baker, Wm. J., Penna 1896 Blauvelt, D. B., New York, . . .1887 Bucher, Jesse C, Virginia. . . .1900 

Baker, Luther P., North Car.. 1907 Blubaugh, C. B., M.D., W.Va...l884 Buchannan. W. F., North C...1902 

Baklor, M. K., Maryland 1916 Bobbitt, A. M., North Car 1900 Buhrman, Roy A., Maryland. . 1909 

Baldwin, J. H., Kentucky ... .1883 Bodine, S. D., Penna 1897 Buhtz, Martin, Germany 1898 

Baldwin, D. H., Virginia. ... 1891 Bohnson, John C, Maine 1904 Buist, Charles A., So. Car. ...1915 

Banks, F. A., Michigan 1883 Bond, Wm. H., Georgia 1912 Bumgerner, A. L., Penna 1895 

Banks, Robert H., Virginia. .. 1906 Bonney, Harold E., Virginia. . 1912 Bumgarner, Wm. D., Penna... 1903 

Barber, M. J., Canada 1903 Bonnoitt, L. W., Virginia. .. .1911 Bunch, Gorge A., Jr., So. 0..1913 

Barbot, V. D., South Car 1889 Bookhart, T. W., South Car. ..1886 Bundy, R, F., Rhode Island.. 1916 

Barnard, Nathaniel, West Va... 1913 Boswell, Henry H., Maryland. 1884 Bundy, W. C, Rhode Island.. 1914 

Barnitz, Dabney G., Virginia. .1892 Boswell, W. C, Jr., Maryland. .1890 Bunn, Percy Albert, Mass 1913 

Barr, Fredk. A., Montana. .. .1891 Booth, John D., Canada 1891 Burckhalter, G. W., Georgia. . 1901 

Barr, Wm. H., Canada 1893 Boozer, J. W., A.B., S. Car... 1891 Burfeind, Wm. M. H., Calif... 1894 

Barr, George W., Canada 1902 Boozer, J. Edwin, South Car.. .1893 Burd, W. S., Pennsylvania. . .1892 

Barras, J. D. E., New York. ..1900 Boozer, D. L., Jr. (B.S.), S.C., 1896 Burgess, B. C, Connecticut. . .1906 

Bartlett, Luis O., Cuba 1895 Bourdier, J. W., Louisiana. . .1900 Burgess, J. H., South Car 1888 

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Burk, A. H., New Jersey. .. .1912 Comegys, John M., Tenn 1884 Demarco, L. A., Maryland. ... 1917 

Burke, A. S., Pennsylvania.. .1892 Conger, LeRoy J., Canada. .. .1898 Dennis, Wm. W., Georgia. .. .1892 

Burkholder, M. O., Virginia. .1888 Conklin, F. G., New York.... 1883 Dennis, G. E., North Car 1905 

Burns, H. McK., Connecticut. . 1910 Connally, W. F., Georgia 1896 Denton, N. W., Virginia 1883 

Burns, H. W., Vermont 1916 Connor, Wm. H., New Jersey. .1891 Denton, E. B., Virginia 1916 

Burns, Wm. B., Pennsylvania. . 1903 Conrad, T. E., Louisiana 1900 Dentry, C. G., Jr., Maryland. .1916 

Burroughs, E. Lee, Maryland. .1898 Conyers, W. T., Bermuda. ... 1903 De Pass, A. R., South Car... 1902 

Burrows, it., Connecticut 1911 Cooke, Frank J., Texas 1885 De Pass, S. C, Jamaica 1902 

Bush, VV. G., New York 1905 Cooke, Ernest J., Panama 1898 Dial, Richard T., South Car... 1905 

Busn, Wiley L., Georgia 1900 Cooley, J. J., Massachusetts. .1914 Diaz, A. L. C, Porto Rico 1910 

Bushong, John H., Virginia. ..1897 Cooper, W. H., North Car 1896 Diehl, John S., Penna 1886 

Burt, Samuel S., New York.. 1900 Cooper, Francis M., Missouri. . 1902 Diehl, Ervin J., Penna 1903 

Burton, Hugh J., Maryland. . .1907 Copp, George V., Virginia. .. .1884 Diddle, John H., West Va 1892 

Burton, G. A., Delaware 1906 Copp, Benj. F., Virginia 1895 Dieffenderfer, Wm. E. (M.D.), 

Butler, Geo. N., Brazil 1908 Copeland, Jas. R., South Car.. 1899 District of Columbia 1888 

Buttler, G., Jr., New Jersey.. 1884 Copelan, Moses C, Virginia. .. 1906 Diffenderfer, S. D., Penna 1894 

Butts, F. R., West Virginia. . 1902 Copenhaver, E. M., Virginia. . .1892 Dill, Arthur A., Canada 1906 

Byers, W. Bolivar, South Car.. 1892 Cornell, Julius M., Conn 1909 Dimock, W. E., Canada 1905 

Byers, S. M., Pennsylvania. .. 1893 Correoso, P. N., Jamaica 1902 Dinjian, Manoog D., Turkey.. 1888 

Byrd, Oscar Frank, Virginia. .1890 Corrigan, M. D., Connecticut. . 1917 Dion, Jean B. W., Mass 1913 

Bryner, L. G., Pennsylvania. .1909 Cottingham, W. J., South Car.. 1902 Dobbin, Arthur H. New York. .1909 

Cahill, W. D. Y., Virginia. .. .1909 Couret, J. S., Louisiana 1896 Dobson, Fred. W., Canada. .. .1904 

Callaway, Chas. L., West Va.. .1908 Courtney, C. H., North Car... 1908 Dobson, Wm. E., New York.. 1892 

Callaway, S. M., West Va....l910 Courtney, Wm. F., Conn 1911 Dodson, E. R. (M.D.), Md....l889 

Cambo, Lucas Angel, Cuba... 1911 Covington, T. S. D., Jr., Va...l889 Dodson, R. Delamer, Penna. ..1883 

Cameron, M. D., New York... 1904 Cramer, Abraham, Maryland. .1907 Dommett, H. W., New York... 1894 

Camp, J. O., Connecticut. .. .1912 Cramer, M., Maryland 1917 Donnelly, J. G., New Jersey.. 1911 

Campbell, Paul, New York 1883 Craig, St. G. T., Kentucky 1890 Dooley, Walter A., New York. .1913 

Campbell, Oscar J., Virginia. .1886 Creet, Wm. D., New York 1907 Dorchester, W. E. f New York. .1884 

Campbell, H. Wood, Virginia. .1889 Criswell, J. Calvin, Penna. ... 1895 Doremus, J. L., France 1892 

Campbell, Walter W., Mass 1910 Crowell, Fred. J., New H 1887 Dorman, R. O., New York 1904 

Cannon, C. R., Delaware 1916 Cross, T. A., West Virginia. .. 1888 Dotterer, Thos., South Car 1894 

Caraballo, C. J., Phar.D.,Cuba, 1909 Crothers, Arthur B., Penna... 1902 Dorset, Wm. E., Virginia 1885 

Carlisle, J. P., South Car 1885 Crowe, Emory W., Maryland. .1904 Doud, Chas. F., New York 1910 

Carlton, J. W., North Car 1899 Crews, Robert W., North C...1911 Douglass, H. E., New York... 1887 

Carlton, J. DeL., North Car... 1904 Culler, O. E.,No. Carolina. ... 1917 Douglass, R. W„ West Va 1900 

Carlton, F. D., North Car 1907 Crumrine, Russell E., Penna.. 1901 Douglass, E. G., New York... 1906 

Carpenter, B. J., New York.. 1898 Cuny, A. A. T. W., Germany . .1889 Douglass, S. E., North Car 1907 

Carpenter, Elbert C, New Yk..l913 Curtis, J. W., New Jersey. ... 1883 Downey, Geo. 0., Mass 1910 

Carriere, Joseph N., Mass 1902 Culliney, Miles M., Conn 1907 Doyle, Bert E., New York.... 1904 

Carroll, Norwood G., North C..1893 Cutchin, Rich. S., N. Car 1905 Dozois, G. A., New Hamp 1917 

Carroll, Willie S., Virginia. .. .1902 Cutting, Almond J., Mass 1884 Dreher, Geo. C, New Jersey. .1910 

Cassard. Stuart, Maryland. .. .1890 Dagon, E. P., New York 1917 Dressel, Leonard, Maryland. . .1900 

Cesstevens, H. E., No. Car... 1916 Dailey, W. B. (B.Ph.), Ohio.. 1899 Drummond, R. J., South Car.. 1910 

Carter, Sanford J.. Georgia. .. 1909 Danforth, David C, Texas. .. .1915 Duff » James L., Canada 1897 

Carter, Eva C, Virginia. .. .1914 Daniel, Henry C, North Car.. . 1894 Duff > D - E., South Carolina. .1902 

Carter, Joseph W., Missouri. .. 1885 Daniel, Samuel S., South Car.. 1888 Dula, A. M., North Carolina. .1905 

Carter, Wm. J., Georgia 1895 Daly, Claude S., New York... 1898 Dunn, M. S., Connecticut 1914 

Casey, Charles H., Rhode I... 1913 Darden, Percy J., North Car.. 1908 Dunn, H. McK.. Nebraska. .. 1900 

Carvalho, J. C, Massachusetts. .1914 Dare, C. E., New Jersey 1904 Dunphy, G. A., Rhode Island. .1914 

Cavers, W r m. W., New York.. 1895 Darwin, R. F., South Car 1916 Dunne, Jos. H., Mass 1905 

Chafee, Aug. H., South Car... 1886 Dashiell, E. B., Maryland 1883 Durling, A. D., Canada 1909 

Chase, Henry E., Mass 1887 Daudelin, Jos. A., Mass 1909 Earle, Wm., South Carolina. .1891 

Chamblin, John A., Florida ... 1908 Davies, James Wm., Canada.. 1913 Earle, B. D., South Carolina. .1894 

Champagne, A. C, New York.. 1908 Davila, Jose A., Mexico 1915 Early, E. A., South Carolina. . 1903 

Chapman, Halle F., Kansas. .. 1898 Davis, Isaac H., Maryland 1884 Early, Jas. B., Virginia 1906 

Charron, W. Arthur, Mass.... 1909 Davis, L. Wilson, Maryland. . .1888 Earman, J. S., Virginia 1900 

Charbonnel, E. A., Wash 1897 Davis, E. D., West Virginia. .. 1889 Easterday, C. M., Maryland. .1902 

Chargin, Marcus, Russia 1896 Davis, Wray W., Virginia. ... 1890 Eastman, Howard, Maryland. . 1896 

Cherry, H. A., New York 1905 Davis, Henry W., Virginia. .. 1893 Eckenrode, H. M., Virginia. .. 1901 

Chew, Charles E., Maryland. . 1904 Davis, W. L., California 1893 Edgell, F. P., Maryland 1905 

Chessrown, F. Wayne, Penna.. 1891 Davis, C. A., Wisconsin 1894 Edgers, Eben B., Vermont. .. 1892 

Chisholm, John J., Alabama.. . 1887 Davis, Daniel K., South Car... 1901 Edwards, L. M., North Car... 1907 

Chisholm, Jas. C, Alabama. .. 1894 Davis, Henry E., Virginia. .. .1904 Edmonds, B. B., Virginia. ... 1909 

Chisholm, Wm. W., Georgia ... 1901 Davis, Ernest Lee, Maryland. . 1905 Edwards, Z. L., No. Carolina.. 1917 

Cion, Benj. B.. New York.... 1904 Davis, Horace M., Maryland. . 1905 Eichholts, Robt. W., Penna. ..1892 

Claiborne, C. H., Maryland. .. 1917 Davis, J. Vernon, North Car... 1909 Eiker, J. T., District of Col... 1887 

Ciagrgett, Thos. J., Maryland. . 1911 Davis, Richard W., Georgia. . 1910 Elgin, J. Benj., Maryland. .. .1902 

Clark, M. II. Pettway, N. C...1891 Davis, H. (M.D.), Missouri. . 1889 Ellett, Chas. A., Virginia 1908 

Clark, Eugene P, New York.. 1898 Davidson, W. L., South Car... 1910 Ellington, R. H. t North Car... 1912 

Clark. W. H., New Hamp. ...1912 Davenport, A., North Carolina. 1910 Elliott, Wm. K., Virginia 1901 

Clarke, J. C, Virginia 1917 Dawson, E. B., New York.... 1898 Ellis, Pearl L., Vermont 1889 

('line, F, .1, Virginia 1X99 Dawson, Roy B., West. Va....l912 Ellis, John J., South Car 1896 

Cline, C. P., No. Carolina 1917 Dean, J. W., West Virginia. . 1888 Ellison, E. L., West Virginia. . 1904 

Oobean. GeorR. C, Penna lv»<»2 Dean, S. P., Maryland 1900 Ellison, Francis J.. Maryland. . 1912 

Coble, E. A., No. Carolina. ... 1917 Dean, Geo. F., West Virginia. . 1905 Emerson, J. F., Brazil 1917 

Cocco, S. A., Dominican Rep. .1914 DeConti, A., Rhode Island. ... 1910 Emerson, Jos. G., Brazil 1886 

Coekrill, Robt. B., Montana.. . 1896 Deekens, W. F., Virginia 1892 Emerson, L. T., Brazil 1890 

Cochrane, Oran L., California . 1905 Deekens, A. V., Maryland 1898 Engelskircher, E. M., New H..1900 

Coffman Clifton S., West Va. .1906 Demms, J. H., Jr., Maryland. . 1892 Epes, Travis F., Virginia 1907 

Collins, Wm H, Virginia. ... 1890 Deichman, Geo. L., Maryland. . 1891 Epting, C. K., So. Carolina. .. 1916 

Collins. C E., Maryland 1897 DeEernelmont, E., Belgium. .. 1903 Etchison, Bates, Maryland. ... 1905 

Tolvin, Ronald B., Penna.. . .1902 Degenring, A., New Jersey .... 1904 Etheredge, E. J., South Car.. 1896 

Colvm. Daniel ('., [Vnna 1906 Degnan, W r m. M., Conn 1907 Evans, R. D., South Wales... 1884 

Combe, Robert L., Texas 1896 do Jongliy Jordan, Juan J., Cuba.1913 Evans, E. T., Illinois 1900 

Combs. W'urren S. P., Dela 1906 Delamer, D. R. f Penna 1883 Everhart, D. G., Maryland. .. 1910 

ComegyR, Thos. M., Tenn 1885 Delaney, L. W., New Jersey. .1912 Ewald, Will H., Virginia 1891 

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Ewig, Louis, Switzerland. .. .1892 Furman, Joel Nelson, N. Yk. .1887 Hachmau, E., Maryland 1914 

Ewing, Jas. E., Nebraska. ... 1901 Furman, Isaac W., New York. 1890 Hague, Geo H a«w Jersey ' 19u5 

Eyler, Clayton C, Penna 1898 Gaddy, Risden B., North Car.. 1911 HalT, Frank jn ' New York 1890 

Fahrney, W. B., Virginia 1898 Gallagher, K. T., Norta Car... 1898 Haile, C T Maryland ' " 1916 

Fajardo, A., Cuba 1914 Gallup, Frank C, Conn 1884 Haines, W. OakieY, Maryland ' 1891 

Fajurdo, H. A. 1., Cuba 1910 Gamard, E. A., Louisiana. ... 1899 Hair, Harrison B South Car ' 1901 

Faleao, A. deA., Brazil 1910 Gambill, J. R., Virginia 1909 Hall, N G Rhode Island "l905 

Fa.ls, P. R., North Carolina. . 1899 Ganzburg, Abraham, Mass.... 1909 Haller, Jake V, Virginia ' lbwi 

Farinholt, Leroy W., Virginia. 1898 Gansburg, Isaac I., Conn 1912 Haller, Win, IL, Virginia 1806 

Farley, A. Paul, Connecticut. . 1897 Garbrecht, H., Germany 1887 Hamlet, J. M., Virginia 1888 

Farmer, Win, W., Virginia. .. 1893 Gardner, John, Maryland 18-97 Hamilton E C Virginia 1898 

Farnsworth, A. W., Vermont. . 1900 Gardner, Henry S., West Va..l909 Hamilton, W*. T.'*F So Car"'l901 

Farr, James Wm., Conn 1915 Garland, W. S., New Hamp.,1907 Hamilton, S. J., New York 1911 

Farrell, Roscoe M., North C...1913 Garneau, Peter A., Mass 1906 Hamlin, Jos J North Car 1912 

Farris, C. Dixie, Georgia 1892 Garrett, John F., North Car.. 1883 Halpern, S., New York 'l900 

Faucette, J. W., North Car. ..1897 Garrison, Ernest C, Virginia. .1903 Hammet, B. J., South Car 1914 

Faulkner, Geo. McC, Penna. .1887 Gartrell, Julian, Maryland. .. .1888 Hammond W F New i'ork' " Ikuq 

Feamster, J. H., West Va 1903 Gasque, Elly A., South Car... 1886 Hammond! F.'E''New York' 1899 

Feild, Wm. M., Virginia 1891 Garzouzi, Edward, Egypt 1907 Hammond, C. Wm Penna 1900 

Feindt, Wm., Jr., N. Jersey.. 1916 Gayle, John H., Louisiana .... 1904 Hamer, J. H Jr South far 'lorn 

Feldmeyer, Geo. T., Maryland. 1888 Gee, H. Eugene, South Car... 1894 Hamrick. C T 'North r»r iQin 

Goldstein, S. M. (M.D.).N.Y. . 1911 Geiser, John S., Penna 1895 Hand, Wm ' L ''North Car loos 

elker, Charles, New York... .1890 George, C. Chanler, Illinois. .. 1894 Hankin, W. e'' New York 1899 

Felix, Achilles F., Mass 1903 George, Marwood S., Canada. .1904 Harban, L Lee Maryland '" 1887 

Felix, Arthur M., Mass 1904 Georgion, Arsenius, Turkey ... 1907 Harbaugh D L Penna "''lQi4 

Ferguson, W. C. Y., Canada.. 1887 Getchel, J. L., Maryland 1901 Hardesty Geo' N* Virtrmia" ' l *u« 

Fillmore, W. A., California. . 1899 Getz, Albert C, Maryland 1913 Hargrove Geo H So Par 18Q9 

Filter, Claus H., Germany 1884 Gibbs, W. D., North Car 1914 Hargrove, M L North Par" i ana 

Fenn, Henry J., New York... 1890 Gieseler, Wilbert D., West Va.. 1910 Hargrove s' j'jr Genrp-ik lai? 

Finch, H. M., Connecticut 1911 Gifford, C. B., New York 1906 HaH-y, R. L./'South Car 1890 

Finnegan, Eugene, New York. 1897 Gilbert, Geo. C, New Jersey.. 1901 Harkinson, F 'r California ' i ftas 

Firey, Edgar A., Maryland. .. 1904 Gilder, J. K., Jr., South Car... 1906 Harmon, O j New H»I "isqo 

Fish, C. B., New York 1917 Gilkinson, Albert W., Ohio 1901 Harnisch W 'New Y^ork iqit 

Fish, Wm. L., New Jersey. . .1889 Gill, Edwin J., North Car 1892 Harper, Chas M Virginia" ih«« 

Fischer, G. J. U., Jr., N. J.. . .1901 Gilley, Philip F. M., Maine. . . .1913 Harper Adelard J mIss 18Q8 

Fitch, Perry M., New York... 1903 Gillick, G. P., New York 1917 Harper, Carl C North PaV loin 

Fitzgerald, Edward J., Maine. 1913 Gilmore, W. G., New York... 1902 Harper, T J So Carolina ' lQlfi 

Fitzgerald, J. E., Maryland. . .1888 Gilroy, Lawrence E., Canada.. 1902 Harrington, A A* New York'ioin 

Fitzpatrick, H. E., New H....1912 Glanville, P. J., New Jersey.. 1917 Harrower J W 'Virginia 1907 

Fleishman, Joel, Rhode Isl....l913 Glasscock, Eli H., Missouri. .. 1892 Harrower) A D *S Virginia 1911 

Fleming, Milton S., Louisiana. 1893 Glatfelter, Harvey E., Penna.. 1890 Harris, Jas E Maryland 'l884 

Fleming, J. M., Jr., N. Car... 1895 Gleason, Geo. R., Florida 1904 Harris, Edwin'L, Mass 1887 

Flood, John A., New Hamp. ..1904 Gluckman, S. H.. New Jersey, 1911 Harris, Henry F ' Virzinia " ' 18Q1 

Flood, P. H. A., New Hamp.. 1906 Godson, J. J., New York 191? Harris, T. A., Missouri "'l900 

Flook, Dawson Y., Maryland. . 1912 Goebreicher, David, Maryland, 1889 Harris, Asa I., Virginia 1899 

Flowers. Henry H., Maryland. 1910 Goldberg C. L., New York.... 1917 Hart, Marion Y Virginia 1891 

Flynn, Wm. E., Rhode Island.. 1913 Goldberg, E. H., Maryland. .. 1894 Hartman, Dennis R., Penna." ..' 1900 

Flynn, Frank H., Maine 1910 Goldberg, Edwin L., Penna... 1913 Hartman, Curtis LeR., Penna 1897 

Findon, John W., Maryland. . 1905 Golden, Frank A., Conn 1904 Hartnett, Wm. J., Conn. ....' 1894 

Findon. Joseph H., Maryland. .1905 Goldstrom, L., Maryland 1914 Harty, E. Allen, Jamaica 1908 

Fleek, G. B., New York 1917 Gonzalez, F., New York 1916 Harvey, Hunter E., Virginia! ! 1913 

Foard, Arthur C. Maryland ... 1912 Gordy, Arthur P., Georgia. .. .1897 Hataling, Geo. W., New York.. 1883 

Foley, H. J., Massachusetts. .1914 Gorgas, H. F., Maryland 1891 Hartwig, Chas. W., Maryland* 1886 

Foley, Thos. A., Connecticut. . 1908 Gould, W. Gordon, Conn 1897 Hawley, H. G., New York... '.1899 

Folsom, Henry A., Vermont. .1911 Gould, Horace L., Maine 1903 Hawley, Geo. M., Vermont !!! 1901 

Foote, Nathan E., New York.. 1884 Gough, Albert H., Delaware. . 1903 Hawes, Ivey Lee, North Car 1906 

Foote, N. F., New York 1897 Goyco, R. G., Porto Rico 1914 Hays, Pleasant S., Ohio. ...." 1898 

Foreman, John McC, Penna. ..1897 Wraft, W. J., New Jersey. ... 1910 Hayes, E. P., Penna 1889 

Ford, S. C, North Carolina. . .1907 Graham Fredk. R., Canada. .. 1905 Hayes, Will W., Penna 1891 

Fording, Charles E., Ohio. . . .1898 Graham, Chas. C, Texas. . . .1890 Hayes, Chas. F., Mass ! ! !l909 

Fording, James D., Ohio 1903 Grant, Wm. W., Md 1909 Hayden, John F., Penna. !!.. .1902 

Foster, A. S.. South Carolina. .1902 Graves, J. Wm., Missouri. ... 1890 Healey, P. T, New York'' 1905 

Foster, H. K., North Car 1914 Gravel, Arthur H., Mass 1909 Healey, D. E., New York ' 'l911 

Foster. M. S., Maryland 1904 Gray, Wm. F., Virginia 1887 Healey, J. F., New York 1912 

Foster. Ethan W., South Car.. 1905 Gray, Bennett, Maryland 1908 Heatwole T O Virginia 1895 

Fountleroy, T. T., Virginia 1899 Greenawalt, A. H.(D.D.S.),Pa. 1886 Hebbel, Chas. W. Maryland." 1885 

Fournier, Jos., Jr., New York. .1885 Green, Walter E., Maryland. . 1904 Hebert, Arthur H., Mass 1915 

Fox, Lawrence S., North Car.. 1892 Greene, E. S., Jr., Virginia. . .1906 Hecker, Anton J., Germany ' 1887 

Frank, George W., Mass 1906 Greene, E., North Carolina. .. 1907 Heermans, W. S. H.. Jr., N Y. 1911 

Franklin. Robt. A., Georgia. .. 1900 Greene, Howard C, Conn. ...1911 Hege, Harvey R., North Car' 1913 

Frantz, Christian G, Penna. ..1887 Greenberg, J. A., Maryalnd. . . 1913 Hegner, J. S., Switzerland 1895 

Frantz. Henry. Illinois 1896 Greenough, J. M., Jamaica. .. 1896 Heisler, Charles F Penna 1897 

Frederick, J. H., Maryland. . .1914 Gregoire, O. E., Rhode Island, 1898 Heuisler, J. G., Maryland "" 1889 

Free, Harry A., Penna 1889 Grempler, G. J., Maryland. . ..1883 Heffelbower, J. E. M*. Texas 1894 

Freed, Alex., Russia 1902 Grempler, H. T., Maryland. .. 1912 Helm, John' W., Maryland 1885 

Freeman, Harold W., Illinois. .1898 Grieves, C. J., Maryland 1888 Helms, L. W., New York 1905 

Freeman, H. A., Maryland. .. 1907 Grom, Jos. B., New Jersey. .. 1898 Henderson, H. C, No Car 1895 

Freiberger, Leo, Austria 1911 Grom, Fredk. S., New Jersey. .1900 Henneberg'er, L. P., Penna 1911 

Friedland, E. J., Russia 1896 Groshans, Ferd., Maryland. .. .1885 Henry, Robt! Lee, Georgia 1897 

Freisohlag, C. P., New York.. 1906 Gross, B., Connecticut 1914 Herbin, Wm. H.,' North Car 1913 

Freischlag, Edward, New Y...1913 Grove, J. Wm., Penna 1891 Herman, Benj. F., Conn 1911 

Frew, Athol Lee, New York.. 1905 Grove, Herbert D., Virginia. . 1902 Heronemus, J E* Maryland 1907 

Frith, A. H., Bermuda 1897 Groves, M., South Carolina. .1914 Herr, Frank T., Maryland 1912 

Frost, Henry S., Maine 1902 Grunberg. A., Roumania 1898 Herr, John M Penna 1909 

Funderbnrk, J. E., South Car.. 1908 Guard, B. A., Virginia 1914 Herbert J. E., West Virginia ' 1903 

Funderburk, J. R., So. Car. ..1916 Guerra, M. G., Massachusetts. . 1914 Hess, Lewis E., Maryland 1892 

Furman, Chas. L New York. 1886 Haas, Jos. A., New York 1889 Hewett, Vinton L., Indiana " 1908 

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Hickey, Theron J., Penna.. . .1913 Jaenicke, Paul, Germany 1887 LaRue, Antonio S., Conn. ...1896 

Hicks, H. W., Mass 1909 Jamieson, I. W., No. Car 1902 Lasch, H., Connecticut 1914 

Hicks, Robt. L., South Car... 1912 Jarrett, Atwell T., Virginia. .. 1883 Lasley, Frank A., North Car... 1908 

High, Daniel P., North Car... 1911 Jefferson, Benj. L., Georgia. .. 1892 Law, Edwin A., Florida .1901 

Highkin, D. S., Maryland 1914 Jefferson, Albert, Georgia 1909 Law, E. Mclvor, Florida 1903 

Hildebrand, G. O., Virginia. .1905 Jefferson, Hamilton, Georgia. .1912 Lawrence, E. N., North Car. ..1909 

Hill, Chas. R., Australia 1885 Jenkins, LeRoy D., Georgia. . .1903 Leahy, John D., New Hamp...l910 

Hill, George E., Maine 1905 Jenkins, E. J., Maryland 1905 Lee, Robert E., South Car 1888 

Hill, Ernest B., West Va 1902 Jenkins, J. V., Virginia 1905 Lee, E. Gordon, North Car 1907 

Hills, Reuben B., Mass 1889 Jenkins, W. T., West Va 1914 LeCron, D. O. M., Iowa 1890 

Himmler, Chas. W., Maryland. 1900 Jernigan, Geo. F., Texas 1895 LeCron, Norman F., Md 1913 

Hines, P. Edmond, No. Car 1888 Jenkins, Oliver L., Maryland. .1913 LeDuke, Geo. W., Mass 1883 

Hines, Wm. E., North Car.... 1908 Jeter, Ireneus, South Car 1888 LeFevre, C. Rogers, Maryland. 1892 

Hiney, Geo. H., Conn 1906 Jimenez, J., Porto Rico 1917 Leib, Harry C, Maryland 1904 

Hirsch Sandal, New York.... 1908 Johnson, Silas J., Virginia. .. 1892 Leininger, J. J., New York.. 1914 

Hiscox, Vernon, Connecticut. .1896 Johnson, John N. North Car. . .1899 Lemley, C. E., Virginia 1884 

Hoag, David E., New York.... 1895 Johnson, Francis M., No. Car.. 1901 Leonard, C. W., New Jersey.. 1898 

Hobbs, E. E., Maryland 1916 Johnson, H. Kneece, No. Car.. 1909 Leonard, B. F. (M.D.), N. J.. .1900 

Hodge, S. Dwight, Vermont. . .1884 Johnston, Geo. S., Canada. ... 1899 Lena, W. E., Massachusetts. .. 1916 

Hoffman, John H., Virginia. .. 1886 Johnston, Guy S., Maine 1916 Lepine, A. H., Massachusetts. .1914 

Hoffman, J. H., Maryland. .. .1891 Johnston, S. B., Virginia 1911 Leslie, Geo. S., New York.... 1906 

Hoffman, John G., Virginia. . .1897 Jones, B. P., Virginia 1916 Lester, Bliss A., Canada 1905 

Hoffman, W. C. B., No. Car... 1899 Jones, B. R., Maryland 1916 Levenson, J., Maryland 1914 

Hoffman, S. B., Maryland. .. .1908 Jones, Edward T., Virginia. . .1891 Levy, David A., Maryland. .. .1905 

Hoffman, A. J., New Jersey. .1911 Jones, Clarence L., Ohio 1896 Lewers, D. Brown, England. .. 1903 

Hoffman, Thos. H., Penna 1912 Jones, Arthur B., Bermuda. . .1899 Lewis, H. F., New Hamp....l914 

Holbrook, E. G., Maryland. .. .1900 Jones, C. C, Louisana 1903 Lewis, Jacob W., Maryland 1915 

Holland, Wm. H., So. Car.... 1889 Jones, Beverly, West Virginia. 1904 Lewis, Wm. E., Florida 1884 

Holland, A. B., North Car 1901 Jones, Ernest J., Conn 1904 Lewis, Thos. S., Penna.. .... !l898 

Holland, L. C, Virginia 1904 Jordan, B. Arthur, California. .1892 Lewis, Wm. J., New York 1907 

Holliday, R. F., No. Car 1905 Jordan, J. R. (Ph.G.), Georgia. 1909 Lightner, Harry A., Penna.! !! 1900 

Hollinger, David G., Penna... 1899 Josselyn, Eli E. (M.D.), Can.. 1885 Lightner, Walter S., Penna. 1907 

Holmes, Chas. D., Jr., Texas.. 1898 Judd, John H., North Car.... 1898 Lindsay, Wm. S., South Car. 1894 

Holmes, M. C, Maryland. .. .1914 Judd, Jesse E., North Car.... 1898 Lindsay, H. B., (A.B.),S. cl'.1896 

Holt, Charles R., New York.. 1888 Jureidini, G. K., Egypt 1911 Lindsey, Charles T., Virginia. .1883 

Holt, James W., Massa 1913 Justice, M. L. (M.D.), No. C..1911 Lineweaver, W. T., Virginia. .1899 

Honick, Henry, Maryland. .. .1915 Justiz, Alfredo E., Cuba 1911 Lind, Oscar M., Maryland. ... 1905 

Hoodner, Francis A., Penna... 1903 Kahn, Edmund, Maryland. .. .1904 Link, Chas. W., West Va 1895 

Hoopes, Samuel W., Maryland. 1887 Kean, Jas. L., Virginia 1887 Linscott, Albert F., Ohio 1900 

Hopkins, Wm. D., Maryland. . 1896 Keepers, John A., Penna 1888 Linscott, Geo. E., Ohio 1902 

Hopkins, J. S., Maryland 1905 Kefauver, Noel E., Maryland. .1903 Linthicum, T. S., Maryland. .1900 

Hopkins, E. H., North Car 1909 Keighley, J. F. M., Rhode Isl..l912 Lisbona, M. R., New York 1903 

Horton, H. V., North Car 1887 Keister, J. Brown, Virginia. . .1901 Littlejohn, T. F., South Car... 1904 

Horton, Phineas E., No. Car... 1884 Kehoe, Frank P., Georgia 1906 Lloyd, Wm. L., Maryland 1912 

Horton, S. Robt., North Car.. 1905 Keller, H. E., New Jersey. . .1914 Loeschcke, J. C, Germany. . .1891 

Hosack, A. H., West Va 1903 Keller Wm. L., Maryland 1910 Loewenson, Albert S., Md 1915 

Hotchkiss, J. Wm., Conn 1905 Kelly, Ralph H., West Va 1908 Logan, Wm. L., Georgia 1899 

Houghland, U. S., Indiana 1885 Kendall, A. H., Georgia 1917 Long, Bert R., North Car 1905 

Hourihane, Michael, Virginia. . 1887 Kenna, Fredk. L., New Jersey. 1912 Long, W. A., Florida 1906 

Houston, D. T. B., New Jer...l912 Kennedy, Walter S., New Yk..l912 Long, Samuel M., Georgia 1909 

Howard, Chas. W., New H...1891 Kenney, Jas. J., New York... 1905 Long, Carter I., West Va 1911 

Howie, Eugene B., No. Car... 1908 Kernodle, John F., No. Car. ..1907 Loomis, Harold J., New York. 1915 

Howland, C. H., Dist. of Col.. 1885 Kibler, R. Dallas, Virginia. . .1884 Loucks, R. E., Canada 1893 

Howlett, A. Hersey, Penna.. .. 1885 Kibler, Wm. L., South Car.... 1913 Lowman, Geo. M., West Va...l909 

Hoy, J., Massachusetts 1914 Killingsworth, W. S., So. Car.. 1884 Lowell, Wm. H., Penna 1886 

Hubley, Chas. P., New York.. 1888 King, Wm. A., Canada 1890 Lower, S. Elliott, Penna 1902 

Huckans, H. I., New York... 1917 King, James M., Canada 1892 Loving, Chas. T., Texas 1887 

Hucks, H. M., South Car 1902 King, Marion N., Virginia. ... 1897 Luke, John L., Virginia 1890 

Huffman, A. H., West Va 1894 King, Jas. G., Virginia 1899 Lumsden, Frank H., Maryland. 1886 

Huffman, Andrew, West Va...l896 King, Henry A., New York... 1900 Lussier, Noel J., Rhode Isl...l901 

Hughes, Harry C, Maryland. .1901 King, Harry C, Maryland. .. 1913 Lynaugh, Edward A., Mass... 1915 

Hughes, R. L., Maryland 1906 King, J. Milton, Conn 1906 Lynch, Louis M., Georgia. ... 1899 

Hubbard, N. Robert, Penna. ..1890 Kinum, Alfred G., New York.. 1913 Lynch, Chas. G., New York... 1902 

Huggins, G. Allen, So. Car.... 1886 Kirschner, Geo. E., Penna 1912 Lynch, Paul, Mass 1907 

Hull, Chas. R., New York 1909 Kirshen, M., New York 1917 Lynch, A. F., Rhode Island. . .1911 

Humberg, Fredk C, Maryland. 1892 Kloeber, John S., Virginia. .. 1885 Lyndon, George H., Ohio 1895 

Hundley, Peyton, Virginia. ... 1885 Knef, Jos. P. P., New Jersey .. 1903 Lyons, Wm. A., West Va 1907 

Hungerford, R. A., Maryland. .1883 Koelz, Wm. J., West Virginia. .1904 McAdams, John C, West Va. . .1902 

Hunter, Wm. P., Virginia. .. .1913 Koerner, J. Fred., Maryland. . 1904 McAndrew, M., Canada 1898 

Huntsberry, A. V., Maryland. .1890 Kohly, Alfred J., Cuba 1899 McCall, S. H., North Carolina. 1907 

Hurlock, W. Spry, Maryland. . 1890 Koontz, Clinton M., Maryland. 1898 McCann, D. Bernard, Canada. 1900 

Hussong, Roger L., New York, 1904 Kosminsky, A. J., Texas 1909 McCann, John J., New York. .1905 

Hutchins, E. B., Virginia. .. .1906 Krieger, Emanuel, Maryland.. .1913 McCardell, W. S., Maryland. . 1904 

Hutchison, H. B., Virginia. . .1892 Kritchevsky, B., Russia 1895 MeClees, J. S., Maryland 1901 

Hutchinson, C. L., Virginia. .. 1909 Kuhnen, Herbert, Germany ... 1904 McClelland, C. S., Penna 1902 

Hyde, A. N., New Jersey 1899 Kuich, Wm. H., Penna 1895 McCluer, Frank W., Virginia. .1905 

Hyde, C. E., West Virginia. . .1914 Kumle, L., Jr., California. ... 1903 McClung, John A., Virginia. . .1912 

Hylton, Wm. G., Virginia 1913 Kurtz, Cyrus, Penna 1899 McClung, Jos. L., West Va 1905 

Ide, Burt B., New York 1902 Lacy, H. B., Virginia 1914 McColl, Samuel, Canada 1887 

[de, [ra 0., N«-w York 1903 Lacy, Wm. P., Virginia 1894 McComb, Virgil J., Missouri. . 1891 

[brie, John H., No. Carolina. . 1895 Ladson, Chas. J., Dist. of Col. .1884 McConachie, A. D., Canada. .. 1888 

[gel, Herman, Germany 1899 Lamb, John P., North Car 1905 McConnell, D. E., South Car.. 1897 

Irvine, Samuel .1., Texas 1895 Lamb, J. R., New York 1914 McConnell, E. V., Georgia. ... 1899 

Jarkman, Etobt. W., New York. 1908 Lancaster, 1). B., South Oaro.,1917 McCormick, Jas. J., New York, 1901 

Jackson, B. Gh, Canada 1903 Landis, Phares L., Penna 1910 McCutchen, W. L., South Car.. 1903 

JackHon, Robt. W., Georgia. .. 1900 Larimer, Alex. P., Penna 1909 McDivit, Harry N., Maryland. 1901 

Jaenicke, Max, Germany 1887 Lariviere, Edouard J., Mass.. .1915 McDonald, Otis H., Georgia. .. 1890 

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McDonald, J. M., N. Zealand. .1897 Mendez, S. A., Jamaica 1909 Nilcs, H. A., New York 1916 

McDonald, T. N., New York.. 1909 Merrill, C. W., Rhode Island.. 1912 NiBbet, T. P., South Carolina. 1911 

McDowell, C. H., North Car... 1884 Metz, Jos. F., Maryland 1909 Nordin, Ellis, Maryland 1909 

McFadden, Thos. W., Penna... 1898 Meyer, Thos. P., Penna 1890 Norfleet, Robt. G., Virginia. .. 1897 

McFadden, M. J., South Car.. .1905 Meyerson, M. I. (Ph. G.),N.Y., 1909 Noonan, Harry J., Maine 1908 

McFarlane, Frank G., Canada. 1904 Mezger, Chas. (Ph G.), Md...l890 Norris, S. P., North Carolina. . 1897 

McGee, W. Glenn, South Car.. 1892 Milbourne, L. B., Maryland. .. 1894 Norton, Oakley W., New York. 1900 

McGinn, Jas. H., South Car... 1910 Michel, P. A., Louisiana 1898 Norwood, W. Mel., South Car. .1885 

McGirt, Wattie B., So. Car... 1883 Miles, E. B., New York 1904 Oberdick, H. G. A., Penna 1900 

McGuire, Geo. A., Canada 1892 Milford, S. B., Virginia 1899 O'Brien, Edw. Jos., Mass 1913 

McHarg, Robt. J., Canada. .. .1892 Miller, C, Maryland 1914 O'Brien, Robt. P., Texas 1904 

Mcllvain, J. M., Maryland. .. 1892 Miller, J. Edwin, Minnesota. .. 1883 O'Connell, Chris. Jas., Mass... 1915 

Mclntire, Walter R., Conn. ...1905 Miller, L. H., Maine 1917 O'Connor, H. I., Georgia .... 1897 

Mcintosh, Wm. E., South Car.. .1913 Miller, Jas. H. A., West Va 1887 Odio, U., Cuba 1914 

Mclntyre, Heath, Canada 1915 Miller, W. C, Penna 1887 O'Donoghue, D. C, Maryland. . 1900 

Mclver, DeWitt C, No. Car... 1899 Miller, Wm. Lee, West Va 1889 O'Hearn, Leo Jas., Mass 1913 

McKey, Winston C, Georgia. . 1910 Miller, E. S., Vermont 1900 Okugawa, S., Japan 1914 

McKeever, A. N., West Va 1895 Miller, B. L., New York 1902 Oldham, F. M., South Car 1889 

McKee, Fredk. C, Canada. .. 1898 Miller, E. Whit, Virginia 1905 Olive, R. M., North Car 1914 

McKelvey, Clyde M.. Penna... 1891 Miller, John E. C, Penna 1905 Oliver, A. H., Canada 1904 

McKeown, Lois E., No. Car... 1915 Mills, Robert H., Florida. ... 1907 Oliveira, Alberto L., Brazil. ... 1887 

McKinnon, John W., Penna. ..1889 Milner, M. B., Georgia 1898 O'Neil, T. F., Connecticut. .. .1914 

McLaughlin, Thos. J., So. Car. .1888 Minghini, S. J., West Va 1884 O'Neill, John J., Penna 1909 

McLaughlin, Chas. E., Canada. 1903 Minghini, Wm. E., West Va...l893 Opielinski, C, Germany 1889 

McLaughlin, H. H., Penna.. . .1905 Mitchell, C. A., New York.... 1892 Orear, B. Forrest, Missouri. .. 1903 

McLeod, J. D., Alabama 1916 Mitchell, J. S., Massachusetts. 1914 Orr, Benj. F., Virginia 1899 

McLeod, Wm. R., South Car... 1899 Mitchell, L. S., New Jersey ... 1890 Ortel, Henry F., Maryland 1912 

McLean, Henry M., No. Car.. .1915 Mitchell, H. B., New York 1892 O'Shanecy, C. J., New York. . .1907 

MacLeod, T. David, Canada. . .1896 Mitchell, Walter S., Virginia. .1915 Osteen, Noah G., Jr., So. Car.. 1900 

McMinn, Wm. J., North Car.. .1896 Mock, John H., Florida 1902 Ouderkirk, H. W., New York.. 1917 

McMurray, Leroy, South Car.. 1913 Moffett, S. F., Texas 1905 Outcalt, C. E., West Va 1899 

McNeal, Jas. E., Maryland. . .1890 Mogul, Abraham, Maryland. . .1908 Outten, L. R., Delaware 1912 

McNulty, Wm. F., Maryland. . 1904 Molony, J. E., South Ca 1889 Owen, Floyd M., New York... 1901 

McNutt, C. Howard, Canada. .1897 Monks, Fredk. E., Penna 1908 Pagan, Jas. McC, South Car.. 1909 

McQuown, Robt. T., Virginia. .1885 Monks, Miss G. P., Penna 1909 Page, Frank H., Canada 1888 

McQuown, Wm. P., Virginia. .1885 Montero, Anibal F. L., Cuba... 1911 Paget, Joe Huger, So. Car 1900 

McVane, Arthur R., Maine... 1905 Montgomery, J. T., South Car.. 1894 Palmer, E. H., New York. . .1917 

Macgill, L. T., Jr., Maryland. .1886 Montgomery, A., Alabama 1901 Palmer, R. W., Virginia 1895 

Magee, J. A., New York 1916 Montgomery, F. W., Mass 1904 Palmer, Webber T., Iowa 1898 

Maguire, Wm. E., Mass 1902 Montesinos, M., Porto Rico. . . .1912 Palmer, Harry A., Virginia. . .1904 

Macomber, J. C, Penna 1892 Moore, Fredk. O., Vermont. ... 1912 Parker, Wm. W., Minnesota. . 1885 

Maddox, H. Webb, Virginia. . .1901 Moore, T. Benton, Penna 1891 Parker, Fred L., South Car... 1895 

Maddux, Nathan P., Virginia. .1909 Moore, Robt. F., Penna 1898 Parker, John P., Canada 1901 

Mainz, L. C, New York 1913 Moore, S. Whiteford, Penna... 1904 Parks, Clyde M., Penna 1901 

Mallott, Job B., Penna 1884 Moore, Oscar L., North Car.. . .1909 Parrott, Daniel W., Nor. Car.. 1906 

Malone, T. R., Maryland 1916 Moran, John J., New Hamp.,1913 Partridge, Geo. T., New York.. 1903 

Maloney, Daniel T., Conn 1897 Moran, P. H., New Hamp....l902 Pascoe, H. E. R., Australia. . 1910 

Mandigo, J. S., New York 1909 Morgan, W. W., New Jersey.. 1890 Patterson, Geo. K., No. Car... 1912 

Mangold, M. W., New Jersey.. 1909 Morgan, Roderick, North Car.. 1894 Patterson, Geo. B., Nor. Car.. 1889 

Manley, F. J., Massachusetts. .1917 Morris, John A., New York... 1904 Pattinson, Frank A., New Yk..l891 

Mann, Geo. C, Virginia 1905 Morrison, R. J., North Car. ...1904 Paterson, Alex. Horn, Penna. .1911 

Mann, B. F., Maine 1900 Morton, Robert W., Penna 1897 Patrick, John C. B., No. Car.. 1896 

Mann, L. H., North Car 1903 Moscovitz, S. B., New York.. 1899 Patton. D. H. R., Nebraska. .. 1895 

Mann, I. Mitchell, North Car.. 1904 Moseley, Wirt H., Virginia .... 1897 Paul, Harry W., Australia. . ..1915 

Mann, Herbert L., No. Car.... 1907 Mott, Carlton B., North Car... 1903 Payne, Clyde S, California.. . 1892 

Manning, H. A., Mass 1903 Mowel, Austin H., New York. 1896 Payne, P. P., Maryland 1914 

Mansir, Jos. M., Maine 1912 Mowel, Abram V., New York.. 1897 Peacock, D. Lee, Georgia. ... 1898 

Maphis, B. Frank, Virginia. .. 1883 Moyse, Ellis F., Canada 1905 Pearson, Paul L., North Car.. 1910 

Mara, C. W., Connecticut. .. .1914 Muir, R. Murray, Canada. ... 1897 Pierson, Jas. H., Virginia. ... 1902 

March, Harter W., Ohio 1894 Muller, G. W., Germany 1888 Peavy, Daniel B., Texas 1900 

Marchant, J. H., Virginia. .. .1890 Mullen, T. F., New Hamp....l906 Peloquin, Hector L., Mass 1910 

Markert, F. J., Florida 1907 Mullin, R. B. (M.D.), Neb 1905 Pendexter, Thos. M., Mass.... 1909 

Markley, Edgar H., Penna 1895 Murphy, W. N., Texas 1887 Pegram, Louis J., North Car.. 1908 

Marks, Milton, New York 1904 Myers, C. G., New York 1890 Pemberton, B. M., Virginia. .. 1912 

Marler, J. G., North Car 1901 Myers, J. S., Maryland 1901 Penuel, A. Lee, Maryland. ... 1883 

Marshall, Fredk. J., Conn 1913 Myers, J. Edgar, Maryland 1901 Perdue, Charles H., Georgia. . 1896 

Marsh, A., Massachusetts 1917 Mvers, Thos. R., Maryland. ... 1903 Perkins, Capers D., Georgia. . 1885 

Marshall, S. K., Maryland 1888 Myers, Walter D., Virginia. .. 1906 Perrin, Geo. H., Canada 1890 

Marshall, Thos. R., Virginia.. .1892 Naille, Irvin T., Penna 1903 Perrin, Wm. H., South Car. ..1907 

Marshall, S. O., Kentucky 1899 Nase, Otto, Canada 1905 Peters, J. F., Nicaragua 1917 

Martin, A. E., New Jersey ... .1912 Nathanson, A. J., Maryland. . .1916 Petty, Raiman, New York.... 1899 

Martin, E. A. (L.D.S.), Can.. 1891 Neckerman, Edwin C, Penna.. 1906 Phelan, H. T., Rhode Island. .1914 

Martin, Chesley, Virginia 1897 Neill, John H., New York.... 1887 Pheneger, Henry N., Penna. ..1897 

Martin, T. F., New Jersey 1900 Neiman, Eli H., Penna 1883 Phifer, A. Glenn, North Car.. 1908 

Martin. Henry, Conn 1911 Neiman, R. S., Penna 1908 Phillips, S. L., Maryland 1884 

May, R. P., Pennsylvania. .. .1916 Neistadt, S. M., Md 1910 Phillips, Harry H., Penna. ... 1887 

Massey, J. W., Virginia 1901 Nelson, G. F. (M.D.), Md 1888 Phillips, Geo. A., Maine 1908 

Mathieu, A. H., Maryland 1892 Newbury, J. H., North Car 1902 Phillips, E. F., Jamaica 1909 

Matt, Oscar, New York 1891 Newell, Fred. R., Vermont. . . .1903 Pierce, James W., Georgia. . . .1896 

Matthews, A., North Carolina.. 1885 Newman, Roy R., New York.. 1913 Pierce, Geo. Wm., Georgia. ... 1901 

Matthews, Chas. A., Indiana. .1894 Newton, Harry D., Penna 1915 Piche, Alfred J., Vermont. ... 1904 

Matthews, Cha* F., California. 1895 Nichols, H. Janney, Virginia. .1892 Pickett, James E., Ohio 1901 

Matthews. Clyde V., Maryland. 1902 Nichols, W. H., New Hamp...l898 Pieper, H. J., New York 1914 

Martin, W. F., Maryland 1916 Nicholson, C. H., Canada. ... 1893 Piper, Jesse Ralph, Penna. ... 1908 

Meador. W. M. (M.D.), So. C..1887 Nicodemus, R. C, Maryland. . 1897 Pirkey, Frank Zea, California. 1889 

Meador, Jas. R., North Car... 1906 Niedentohl, N. L., Maryland. . 1913 Pitts, James W., South Car... 1899 

Mendelsohn, A., Maryland 1914 Nigolosian, S. L., Asia Minor. 1889 Pitts, Henry Clay, North Car.. 1885 

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Planells, Oscar A., Cuba 1913 Robertson, L. J., Maryland. .. .1907 Sheely, Wm. S., Texas 1902 

Pleasants, W. A., Virginia 1886 Robinson, F. (L.D.S.), Eng...i891 Shields, Nelson T., Texas 1884 

Pletcher, D. Irvel, Ohio 1898 Robinson, F. S., Florida 1897 Shields, Lewis N., Texas 1886 

Plumley, Chas. W., West Va..l902 Robinson, D. S., New York... 1910 Shields, Edward H., Ohio 1887 

Poist, Wm. B., Dist. of Col... 1891 Robinson, J. Ben., West Va...l914 Shreeve, C. A. (A.B.), Md 1909 

Pond, Wm. R., Vermont 1899 Rogers, James L. (Tenn.) . . . . 1897 Shupp, Frank D., Maryland. .. 1903 

Posey, Thos. L., Kentucky. ... 1897 Rogers, J. R. (A.B.), So. Car.. 1900 Sims, Benj. F., South Car 1886 

Posey, Aubrey A., Maryland. . 1903 Rogers, Chas. H., Rhode Isl...l904 Sigler, LeRoy, Maryland 1906 

Pou-Gomez, C. R., Porto Rico.. 1915 Rogers, F. L., Massachusetts. .1914 Simmons, R. F., Virginia 1907 

Prather, Wm. E., North Car.. 1891 Roof-Scimeca, Elsie D., Ger...l915 Sims, Elton Ashby, Maryland. . 1912 

Pratt, C. B., Jr., North Car... 1913 Rosen, Samuel A.. Maryland. . 1910 Simons, Benj., South Car 1889 

Preston, Stephen, Virginia. .. .1900 Rosengardt, S., Russia 1907 Simpkins, Wm. M., Georgia. .. 1902 

Pressley, Wm. A., North Car.. 1890 Ross, Wm. Robt., Canada ... .1904 Simpson, Jas. W., Virginia 1892 

Price, Warren, Maryland 1899 Ross, Joseph, New Jersey 1905 Simpson, Wm. R., S. Car 1892 

Price, Wilbert, Maryland 1905 Ross, John Wise, Virginia. .. .1913 Simpson, R. L., Virginia 1896 

Price, Charles J., Maryland. . .1909 Ross, Chas. A., Penna 1910 Sinay, Albert J., Conn 1912 

Probst, Geo. C, South Car 1892 Roth, Samuel, Maryland 1911 Sinskey, Meyer E., Maryland. . 1912 

Proctor, W. E., Jr., Virginia. 1886 Rothenberg, L. M., New York. 1906 Skaggs, Calvin H., West Va...l905 

Proctor, Jas. A., Virginia. ... 1894 Rothman, A., Maryland 1906 Skaggs, Erastus P., West Va..l906 

Prudhomme, J. H.. Louisiana. .1903 Rounds, Geo. B., Canada 1891 Skaggs, Wm. B., West Va 1908 

Purcell, John J., Jr., New Yk..l915 Rouse, B. F. H., Maryland. . .1895 Skelton, Robt. T., New York.. 1911 

Purnell, Geo. E., Maryland. ... 1834 Rowe, Walter W., Penna 1883 Sleppy, E E. P., Penna 1887 

Purnell, Ralph C, Maryland. .1886 Rowe, Thos. R., Rhode Island. 1893 Sloan, Carl S., North Car 1901 

Pyles, Joseph T., Maryland. .. 1898 Roy, Albert C, New York.... 1907 Slocum, Frank E., New York.. 1886 

Pyles, Chas. T., Maryland. ... 1905 Rudd, Montell B., Virginia. .. 1898 Smallwood, T. E., Maryland. . .1902 

Pyles, Richard G., Maryland. . 1908 Ruppersberger, C, Maryland. .1914 Smathers, H. C, North Car... 1907 

Quick, G. H., New York 1917 Russell, Allie Young, Nor. C...1913 Smathers, J. M. S., Penna 1913 

Quinlan, Geo. B., New York. ..1892 Russell, L. H., South Car 1897 Smith, Julian C, South Car.. .1883 

Quinlan, F. W. H., New York. 1898 Russell, Percy, Maryland 1897 Smith, Walter O., Virginia. .. 1883 

Quintero, Francisco, Mexico. ..1915 Rutledge, Brooks, South Car.. .1885 Smith, Edgar G., New York.. 1888 

Quitt, S., Maryland 1914 Ryder, Wm. R., Jamaica 1906 Smith, E. L., No. Carolina. . . .1916 

Quitt, William, Maryland 1908 Sabater, R. F., New Jersey. .. 1917 Smith, Edgar L., West Va....l888 

Radcliff, A. A., Maryland. ... 1901 Sachs, Joseph L., Maryland. . .1908 Smith, Howard M., Virginia. . 1888 

Radice, J. R., New York 1914 Sagebien, Y D. A., Cuba 1908 Smith, James P., Virginia 1888 

Ralston, Wm. C, Canada. ... 1901 Salles, H. C, Louisiana 1883 Smith, Hampton K., So. Car.. 1889 

Ralston, Thos. A., Canada. ... 1902 Salles, Paul, Louisiana 1912 Smith, Fred B., Penna 1894 

Rambo, Preston A., Georgia. . 1887 Sallis, D. F., Mississippi 1893 Smith, Thos. McC, North Car.. 1896 

Rambo, Francis E., Georgia . .1888 Sampson, H. B., New York... 1917 Smith, Luther T., North Car.. 1898 

Rambo, Stafford, Georgia 1888 Samuel, J. H., New Jersey. . .1914 Smith, Frank E., Canada 1899 

Ramey, Turner A., West Va...l892 Samuel, L. D., Jamaica 1906 Smith, George G, Maryland.. . 1899 

Rankin, Ronald Y., Canada. . .1915 Sanders, C. M., South Car 1914 Smith, Harold B., New York. .1899 

Ranson, J. M., Jr., West Va..l885 Sanders, John L., South Car.. 1906 Smith, Floyd H., New York. .1915 

Rathie, Joseph L., Virginia. . .1892 Sanchez, C. N., Cuba 1883 Smith, Chas. F., Jamaica 1904 

Rawlins, Geo. E., California. . 1903 Santoni, P. J., Porto Rico.... 1917 Smith, Stanley B., Canada. ... 1904 

Rawlinson, R. P., Brazil.S.A.. 1888 Sapp, C. C, North Carolina. . 1887 Smith, Wilbert B., Canada 1907 

Rawlinson, John A., Brazil. . .1895 Sargent, Harry H., Penna 1903 Smith, Harry B., Bermuda 1892 

Ray, Harry J., South Car 1888 Sartelle, Rexford R., Virginia. 1913 Smith, Wylie I., Maryland 1912 

Ray, Ralph, North Carolina. .. 1912 Saunders, L. St. C, Canada. .. 1895 Smtih, Robt. Boyer, Penna... 1918 

Rea, Wm. A., Penna 1901 Sawaya, Farris S., Syria 1909 Smith, R. P., Maryland 1917 

Read, E. L., West Va 1902 Saylor, Edward R., Maryland. . 1902 Smither, C. Linwood, Virginia. 1898 

Reade, Arthur P., North Car.. 1907 Scanlon, Jos. H., Rhode Isl...l913 Smithers, N. R., Maryland 1894 

Redfearn, B. C, North Car... 1898 Scarborough, A. P., Penua.. . .1907 Smithers, Delmar, Maryland.. .1895 

Reamer, S. S., Virginia 1887 Schaer, Charles T., Maryland. .1885 Smithson, C. F., North Car 1901 

Reaves, Robt. L., South Car... 1900 Schaffer, P. F., West Va 1916 Smithson, T. W., North Car... 1907 

Reaves, Wm. L., South Car 1901 Schlieder, Carl E., New ^ork..l912 Snively, Chas. L., Maryland. .. 1905 

Rees, John S., California 1893 Schochaur, Fred S., Texas 1902 Snively, Daniel B., Penna 1888 

Reichley, J. C, Penna 1904 Schloendorn, F. F. W., Ger...l889 Snouffer, Chas. B., Penna 1892 

Reichenbaugh, Wm. C, Conn. .1908 Scott, Robt. J., Jr., New Yk...l899 Snow, Henry B., Maryland. .. 1891 

Reiff, R. Russell, Penna 1897 Scott, Wallace P., Maine 1899 Snyder, Myron W., New York. 1883 

Reiman, Conrad F., Conn 1910 Scruggs, Wilbur N., No. Car.. 1915 Snyder, Wm. Ruff, Penna 1902 

Reineke, Rafael A. P., Cuba.. 1913 Seaton, Wm. C, Jr., New Yk..l897 Snyder, Geo. A., Penna 1905 

Remsberg, E. W., Maryland. . 1903 SeBastian, Jas. B., Delaware. . 1902 Sobell, Samuel S., New York.. 1915 

Remsen, John L., New Jersey.. 1912 Secrest, John R., No. Car 1915 Solomon, E. Alva, South Car.. 1891 

Renehan, John Leo, Conn 1913 Segal, Abraham, Virginia 1913 Solomon, Jacob L., New Yk...l910 



Renoe, Charles B., Missouri 
Renoe, Wm. H., Missouri.. 
Reynolds, E. E., New York 
Reynolds, C. P., Now York 



..1890 Selby, Benj. F., Maryland 1903 Somers, Ralph T., Virginia. . .1907 

. .1894 Self, L. Ruffin, North Car 1905 Southard, P. C, Delaware 1908 

. .1892 Sendtner, Mux. T., New York. .1909 Sowers, H. B., Virginia 1916 

..1894 Sengebusch. H., Germany 1891 Speas, Robt. L., North Car... 1907 

Reynolds, Stanley C, Canada. 1895 Simons, Locke V. G., No. Car.. 1915 Spahn, Chas. A., New Jersey.. 1903 

Riedel, Bernard F., Maryland .. 1891 Sprinkel, C. Carter, Virginia. . 1891 Spangler, Nevin R., Penna 1908 

Rice. Edward. Alabama 1903 Sprinkel, G. A., Jr., Virginia. . 1898 Sparck, Miss L. C. S., Md...l910 

Richards, H. L., Connecticut. . 1916 Sprinkel, Robt. W., Virginia. . 1903 Sparks, Alfred E., Canada 1891 

Richard*, Walter F. Illinois. . 1887 St. Jihn, F. Myron, Conn. ...1891 Sperow, W. H., West Va 1905 

Richards, W. R., Marvland. . . 1914 Stack, Walter O., Delaware. .. 1897 Spoon, T. L., North Car 1914 

Rilke, Johannes, Germany .... 1891 Stanley, C. C, South Car 1894 Spratt, John L., South Car 1901 

Riley, James M., North Car. ..1886 Stannard, M. B., New Jersey .. 1912 Sprinkel, A. Hume, Virginia. . 1891 

Riley, Richie W., South Car... 1891 Starke, Parke P., Virginia 1903 Shadrach, Samuel A., Virginia. 1896 

Riley, Wm B., Vermont 1905 Shine, R. A., Jr., Florida 1887 Shoemaker, Archie 0., Penna.. 1889 

Riser, Jaooh, Iowa 1892 Shipman. Wm. L.. N. Y 1901 Shore, R. H., North Car 1911 

Riviere, ll-rman A., Georgia .. 1902 Shaffner, Vernon D., Canada.. 1898 Shreeve, J. E., Jr., Maryland.. 1904 

Roach, .John A., North Car. ..1899 Shannon, Wm. T., Georgia .... 1899 Shortell, E. J., New Jersey 1909 

Bobbin, Colbert L.. North Car. .1909 Sharp, Joseph B., New Jersey. 1889 Shirley, Wm. C, Virginia 1904 

RohertR. Rftisnn S., Bermuda . 1 8K9 Shaw, E. D., New York 1892 Shine, Henrv R.. Florida 1887 

Roca, Vincente H., Cuba.... 1915 Shecnt, L. C. South Car 1«99 Shpritz, A. S., Maryland 1907 

Rockwell, J. S., Canada 1901 Sheehan, J. P., New York... 1914 Starke, Parke P., Virginia. .. 1887 

Robertson, W. A., Canada. .. .1887 Sheeley, H. M., Penna 1901 Starr, Geo. E., Maryland 1895 

Robertaon, H. C, Maryland. . .1908 Sheeley, Curtis A., Penna 1902 Steer, H. G., New York 1890 

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Steel, Frank R. (M.D.), Va...l888 Tropp, Herman, Russia 1899 Weirich, Jacob L., Penna 1888 

Steele, J. Russell, Penna 1897 Troxler, Edw. A., North Car.. 1918 Weitfeldt, A. F. L., Germany . .1883 

Steele, Stanley, Maryland 1897 Truby, J. Cromwell, Penna.. .. 1896 Wietfeldt, Arnold, Germany.. ..1887 

Steele, Elmer M., Virginia. .. .1899 Truitt, George E., Maryland. . 1907 Witten, L. C, W. Virginia. .. 1917 

Stehley, F. P., West Va 1891 Trumbo, G. 0., West Va 1910 Weeks, Geo. B., North Car.. . . 19U6 

Stehley, P. H. (M.D.), W. Va..l900 Trump, George H., Maryland. . 1898 Welch, Floyd J., Virginia 1885 

Stein, M. E., New York 1914 Tryon, Ralph E., Now York... 1910 Welch, M. G., New York 1916 

Stem, Max, Russia 1897 Tucker, Edwin B., No. Car... 1901 Welsh, John B., South Cur.... 1905 

Stein, Alexander, Russia 1901 Turner, Chas. A., Canada. ... 1891 Wells, A. 8., North Carolina. . 1H91 

Stein, Samuel, New York 1908 Turrentine, M. H., Georgia. ... 1903 Wells, B. S., West Virginia. .. 1914 

Steinberg, Jos. B., Maryland. . 1912 Twigg, Allen G. T., West Va..l911 Wells, Chas. J., Maryland. . . . 19u5 

Styne, Mina F., Virginia 1899 Twitchell, Fred. A., Minn 1885 Weller, F. B., New York 1897 

Steinbeck, 0. H., West Va.. . 1905 Underwood, J. T., North Car. .1908 Westrater, A. A., West Va....l901 

Steiner, Paul, Maryland 1909 van der Hoeven, Cornelius (M. Whalen, G. J., Massachusetts. . 1914 

Stevens, J. Frank, Penna 1891 Urmson, Randolph M., Penna.. 1911 Whelpley, C. B., Canada 1890 

Stevens, J. Bertram, Penna... 1901 Vail, F. H., Connecticut 1914 Wheeler, G. G., Rhode Island. . 1904 

Stevenson, Geo. W., New Yk..l891 Valentine, F. J., Maryland. .. .1903 Wheeler, A. B., Maryland 1906 

Stafford, Earl Z., Texas 1898 van Brunt. Wm. E., Florida. . 1909 Wheeler, Fred. M., New H...1888 

Ston, Albert H., New York... 1898 D.), Holland 1889 Whitaker, Joel, North Car 1899 

Stone, E., South Africa 1904 van der Hoppe, R., Austria. .1884 Whisnant, A. J., No. Car 1905 

Stover, E. Emmert, Penna.. .. 1892 van Meter, Wm. 0., West Va..l906 Whitfield, Robt. J., Canada. .. 1891 

Stover, Harry C, Penna 1899 van Nostrand, Wm. H., N. Y..1892 Whitfield, G. P., North Car 1909 

Stratford, A. L., North Car. ..1884 van Nostrand, D. E., New J... 1910 Whitney, Ralph M., Maine. ... 1903 

Streich, Henry, Maryland 1912 van Nostrand, John F., N. Y..1901 White, Mathew W., So. Car... 1887 

Strickler, R. E. Lee, Virginia.. 1903 van Omer, Wm. L., Penna.. .. 1901 White, Geo. F., New York.... 1891 

Strenge, Arthur L., Mass 1913 van Tassel, Harry, So. Dak... 1892 White, Montgomery L., Texas. 1892 

Strickler, Suel V., Virginia. . 1910 van Zandt, Fred., New York.. 1909 White, L. A., Dist. of Col.... 1898 
Strasser, Henry, Maryland. .. 1906 Vaughan, Robt. R., Missouri. .1884 White, LeRoy M., New York.. 1899 

Stuart, Walter, Kentucky 1883 Vaughan, Patrick, Georgia. . .1897 White, Benj. S., Tenn 1901 

Stuart, G. H. (M.D.), Md 1903 Vegas, John J., New York 1888 White, D. C, Louisiana 1911 

Stults, J. Albert, New Jersey.. 1895 Veza, Joo. M. Austria 1892 Wilbur, Robert A., South Car.. 1888 

Sullivan. Jas. J., New Hamp.,1912 Via, G. A., West Virginia. ... 1916 Wilcox, Geo. L., New York.. 1888 

Summerfield, J. H., Maryland. 1914 Vina, V., Cuba 1917 Wilhelm, H. T., Germany 1887 

Sumner, Chas. F., Canada. .. .1900 Voigt, Walter 'P., Maryland. .. 1908 Wiley, Charles G., Penna 1892 

Swart, Jas. E., Virginia 1902 von Wachter, F., Maryland. .. 1892 Willey, Henry S., North Car.. 1901 

Swindell, R. B., North Car 1884 Volck, Geo. A., Maryland 1883 Willetts, Albert F., Maine 1896 

Switzer, Chas. C, Maryland. . 1897 Volck, A. W. A., Germany 1891 Willis, Jonothan R., Penna.. .. 1904 

Switzer, Marvin D., Virginia. .1902 Wahlberg, C. V., Connecticut. .1916 Willson, Jos. E., Indiana 1900 

Sykes, S. Claude, Maryland. .. 1890 Wall, Joseph A., Penna 1886 Wilson, John H., New York.. 1887 

Taggart, John E., Vermont. .. .1894 Walden, R. C, Virginia 1894 Wilson, Henry A., Maryland. . 1892 

Taggart, Robt. W., Vermont. . 1898 Waller, Durward T., Nor. Car.. .1913 Wilson, N. McK., Maryland. . .1895 
Taft, A. W., Rhode Island. .. 1901 Walker, Carlos A., Maryland. . 1912 Wilson, Wm. P., North Car... 1910 

Tahashima, Tameja, Japan. ... 1899 Walker, Fred P. M., Mass 1904 Williams, M. E., New York... 1895 

Talbot, Robt. W., Dist. of Col.. 1887 Waterman, Herbert E., Texas. 1915 Williams, A. A., Jr., Georgia. 1897 
Taliaferro, R. E. L., Virginia. . 1891 Wallace, Jas. M., South Car... 1904 Williams, Edward R., Penna.. 1898 

Tansey, John A., New York... 1913 Waltman, Jas. E., Maryland. . 1905 Williams, W. E., West Va 1898 

Taylor, Elisha S., Maryland. .. 1897 Walton, John E., Georgia 1894 Williams, G. R., Tennessee 1901 

Taylor, Geo. W., Indiana 1900 Walsh, Thos. J., Vermont. .. .1898 Williams, R. W., Maryland. .. 1908 

Taylor, Wm. W., North Car... 1901 Walters, D. A., North Car 1911 Williams, J. H., Maryland .... 1909 

Taylor, Joseph A., Indiana. .. .1903 Wangerman, A., Germany 1885 Williams, M. H., Connecticut. 1917 

Taylor, A. Zachary, Nor. Car.. 1888 Wareheim, G. G., Penna 1905 Willis, Frank M., South Car... 1888 

Taylor, W. C, North Car 1914 Ward, Cyrus A., Ohio 1895 Windheim, A. P., New York.. 1908 

Teague, N. A., South Car 1883 Ward, Geo. N., New York.... 1895 Winkelman, W. D., Maryland. .1902 

Tenny, Cecil L., Washington. . 1901 W T ard, R. L., Alabama 1914 Wingate, W. I., New Hamp...l901 

Teraki, Sadayoshi, Japan 1907 Wardlaw, A. B., South Car... 1899 Wingo, C. E. (M.D.), Md 1891 

Temple, E. S., New York 1908 Warnock, W. J., South Car... 1889 Wingo, C. E., Jr., Maryland. . 1911 

Terry, Chas. Arthur, West Va.. 1898 Warrenfels, G. M., Maryland. .1898 Winner, A. C, New York.... 1916 
Thacker, Robt. L., West Va...l898 Watkins, Joseph Conrad (A.B., Wise, John B., South Car.... 1894 

Theil, L. A. H., Wisconsin 1907 LL.D), North Carolina 1900 Wise, Wm. H., Virginia 1899 

Thaman, Benj. M., Maryland. .1910 Walker, Jno. R., Alabama.. .. 1915 Wisherd, Elmer J., Maryland. . 1884 

Thomas, A. O., South Car.... 1892 Watkins, L. LeRoy, Maryland. 1903 Wogan, Wm. W., Penna 1887 

Thomas, B. Elmer, Texas 1896 Watson, J. Wm., West Va 1892 W T ogan, Chas. E., Penna 1890 

Thomas, Fred R., Canada. .. .1897 Watson, James, Illinois 1894 Wolf, Sheldon B., Penna 1895 

Thomas, Herbert M., Penna... 1903 Watson, J. A., South Car 1901 Wolfe, H. R., West Va 1916 

Thompson, James R., So. Car.. 1915 Watson, H. C, Maryland 1901 Wolk, Joseph J., New York.. 1915 

Thompson, R. W., Jr., So. Car.. 1901 Watson, W. B., West Va 1901 Woolsey, George, California. .. 1890 

Thompson, H. L., New York.. 1907 Watson, Eugene T., W. Va...l903 Wood, Frank LeRoy, Maine... 1885 

Thrift, H. A., Rhode Island. . .1912 Watson, S. R., North Car 1908 Wood, C. R., New Hanap 1891 

Thrush, Wm. A., Illinois 1892 W T aters, Charles E., Maryland. . 1910 Wood, Henry F., Virginia. .. .1905 

Thurlow, Norman C, Maine. .. 1912 Watt, James F., Indiana 1901 Woods, E. K., New Hamp 1892 

Tibbitts, W. H., New York... 1899 Watts, J. Somes, Canada 1897 Woods, F. E., West Virginia. . 1916 

Tigner, George S., Georgia. .. 1895 Watts, Willis E., New York... 1888 Woods, Owings C, So. Car. ...1912 
Tigner, Edward A., Georgia. . .1895 Wayman, Jos. T., Virginia. .. .1884 Woodward, A. W., Virginia. . 1892 
Tignor, Edwin P., Virginia. .. 1898 Wavman, W. N., Virginia. ... 1900 Woodward, H. F., West Va...l905 
Tillotson, R. R., New York... 1900 Waynick, G. E., No. Carolina. 1917 Wool, J. Harvey, Virginia. ... 1892 

Tinsley, J. C, Virginia 1914 Weaver. Fred Allen, Mass. ...1883 Worsham, A. E., North Car... 1914 

Tippett, Jas. H., New York... 1910 Webb, H. E. B., Maryland. . .1914 Wray, E. R., New York 1917 

Tipton, Norman B., Louisiana, 1883 Webb, Thos. D., North Car. ...1910 Wray, Harry D., West Va....l913 

Tipton, D. P., Nebraska 1892 Webster, Ben Hill, No. Car... 1915 Wright, M. V. (M.D.), N. H..1889 

Tiss, J., New York 1914 Wechteren, B., Russia 1917 Wright, C. A., New Hamp 1890 

Todd, F. Foster, Maryland. .. .1890 Wegge, Wm. F., Wisconsin 1885 Wright, Jos. E., Maryland. ... 1898 

Todd, Fred. P., Maryland. .. .1888 Weidert, R. M., Penna 1916 Wright, O. B.. South Car 1901 

Toombs, J. Everett, Mass 1883 Weighart, Geo. C, New York. .1907 Wright, W. T., Virginia 1914 

Totten, Arminius W., No. Car.. 1892 Weinberg, A., South Carolina.. 1896 Wrightson, S. B., Maryland.. . 1897 

Tracy, D. L., Vermont 1917 Weinberg, D. A., South Car.. 1909 Yacoubyan, V. K., Egypt 1905 

Trapp, William S., Penna. .. .1885 Weinberger, J., New York 1897 Yelvington, Elrie J., Florida. . 1909 

Tribble, Alexander, Missouri .. 1897 Wienholt, H. O., Germany. .. .1902 Yost, E. C, Virginia 1914 

Youngs, Olin H., Conn 1911 

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LAW DEPARTMENT. 

FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL SESSION. 



THE BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. 

Hon. HENRY D. HARLAN, Dean. 

ALFRED BAGBY, Jr., Esq., Testamentary Law. 

RANDOLPH BARTON, Jr., Esq., Practice Court, Legal Ethics & Bank- 
ing Law. 

Hon. CARROLL T. BOND, Bills & Notes and Pleading. 

J. WALLACE BRYAN, Esq., Common Carriers. 

HOWARD BRYANT, Esq., Practice in State Courts. 

W. CALVIN CHESNUT, Esq., Insurance. 

WARD B. COE, Esq., Title and Conveyancing. 

JAMES U. DENNIS, Esq., Personal Property, including Bailments. 

EDWIN T. DICKERSON, Esq., Contracts and Agency. 

JOSEPH C. FRANCE, Esq., Corporations. 

ELI FRANK, Esq., Torts. 

Hon. JAMES P. GORTER, Evidence. 

Hon. HENRY D. HARLAN, Domestic Relations. 

CHARLES McH. HOWARD, Esq., Equity Jurisprudence. 

ARTHUR L. JACKSON, Esq., Conflict of Laws. 

STUART S. JANNEY, Esq., Commercial Law. 

SYLVAN H. LAUCHHEIMER, Esq., Bankruptcy. 

Hon. ALFRED S. NILES, Constitutional Law. 

EUGENE O'DUNNE, Esq., Criminal Law and Medical jurisprudence. 

ALBERT C. RITCHIE, Esq., Elementary Law. 

WILLIAM LEE RAWLS, Esq., Contracts and Agency. 

Hon. JOHN C. ROSE, Jurisdiction and Procedure of the Federal Courts. 
Admiralty, Patents, Trade-Marks and Copyrights. 

G. RIDGELY SAPPINGTON, Esq., Practice Court. 

Hon. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, International Law. 

HERBERT T. TIFFANY, Esq., Real Property. 

CLARENCE A. TUCKER, Esq., Equity Procedure. 

JOSEPH N. ULLMAN, Esq., Sales and Personal Property. 

For Catalogue Containing Full Information, Address 
EDWIN T. DICKERSON, Secretary and Treasurer of Law Faculty, 
101 Law Building, Baltimore, Md. 

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DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY. 

(Maryland College of Pharmacy 1841-1904.) 
The Seventy -fourth Annual Session Will Open October 1, 1917. 



FACULTY. 

CHARLES CASPARI, Jr., Phar.D., 
Professor of Theoretical and Applied Pharmacy, Dean of the Faculty. 

DAVID M. R. CULBRETH, A.M., Ph.G., M.D., 
Professor of Materia Medica, Botany and Pharmacognosy. 

DANIEL BASE, Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry and Vegetable Histology. 

HENRY P. HYNSON, Phar.D., 

Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 

H. A. B. DUNNING, Phar.D. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry. 

E. FRANK KELLY, Phar.D. 
Associate Professor of Pharmacy. 

CHAS. C. PLITT, Ph.G., 
Associate Professor of Materia Medica, Botany and Vegetable Histology. 

J. CARLTON WOLF, Phar.D., 

Associate Professor of Dispensing and Commercial Pharmacy. 

LOUIS T. BURGER, Ph.G., LL.D., Lecturer on Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence. 
GEORGE STAHL, Phar.D., Demonstrator in Dispensing. 



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

N. E. Corner Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore, Md. 

The One Hundred and Tenth Course of Lectures Will 
Commence October ist, 191 7. 

FACULTY OF PHYSIC, 

RANDOLPH WINSLOW, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Surgery. 

L. E. NEALE, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Obstetrics. 

CHARLES W. MITCHELL, A.M., M.D., Professor of Pediatrics and Clinical 
Medicine. 

THOMAS A. ASHBY, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Diseases of Women. 

J. HOLMES SMITH, M.D., Professor of Anatomy. 

JOHN C. HEMMETER, M.D., Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D , Professor of Physiology and 
Clinical Medicine. 

ARTHUR M. SHIPLEY, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

SAMUEL K. MERRICK, M.D., Professor of Diseases of Throat and Nose. 

RIDGLEY B. WARFIELD, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

GORDON WILSON, M.D., Prof, of Principles of Medicine. 

WILLIAM F. LOCKWOOD, M.D., Professor of Medicine. 

GEORGE W. DOBBIN, A.B., M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

WILLIAM ROYAL STOKES, M.D., Sc.D., Professor of Pathology and Bac- 
teriology. 

HARRY FRIEDENWALD, A.B., M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology. 

ARCHIBALD C. HARRISON, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

CARY B. GAMBLE, Jr., A.M., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

WILLIAM S. GARDNER, M.D., Professor of Gynecology. 

STANDISH McCLEARY, M.D., Professor of Pathology. 

JULIUS FRIEDENWALD, A.M., M.D., Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 

HIRAM WOODS, A.M., M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology. 

J. M. H. ROWLAND, M.D., Professor of Clinical Obstetrics. 

CHARLES E. SIMON, A.B., M.D., Professor of Physiological Chemistry and 
Clinical Pathology. 

Fob Cibculabs and Fubtheb Infobmation, Apply to 
J. M. II. ROWLAND, M.D., Dean. 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL. 

Southwest Corner Lombard and Greene Streets. Baltimore, Aid. 

This institution, most pleasantly located, the capacity and comforts of which 
have undergone great development to meet the increasing demands of patients, Is 
fitted up with all modern conveniences for the successful treatment of Medical and 
Surgical diseases. 

Its Medical Staff comprises the FACULTY OF TTTTC UNIVERSITY, and the 
entire management of the institution having been delegated to trained nurses, so 
well known as the faithful and efficient attendants upon the sick, patients may rely 
upon enjoying the benefits of an Infirmary, as well as the comforts and privacy of 
a home, while seeking treatment for Medical Diseases and undergoing Surgical 
Operations. 

Special attention Is called to the Lying-in Department of the Hospital, and the 
thorough privacy given to confinement. 

When persons are compelled to leave their country residences to seek profes- 
sional medical assistance in Baltimore, no institution offers greater facilities than 
the University Hospital, which presents, among other greater advantages, that of 
having six resident physicians, appointed by the Medical Faculty, all of whom are 
usually (two are always) in the building to carry out the instructions of the Pro- 
fessors, 

Boabd in Private Rooms, $14 to $20 Peb Week. Boabd in Wabds, $7 Peb Week 



DEPARTMENT OF ART AND SCIENCES. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, ANNAPOLIS, MD. 

St. John's College has entered into an affiliation with the Schools of Medicine, 
Law, Dentistry and Pharmacy of the University of Maryland. 

The operation of these working relations is outlined as follows : 

First — Seniors in St. John's College may elect twelve requisite hours a week In 
the Law School of the University. The degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of 
Science Is conferred upon such students at the end of the year. The Professional 
Degree may be reached in two years. 

Second — Students who have completed the Junior Year in St. John's College and 
who have made an approved choice of electives may, if they desire it, do the entire 
work of the Senior Year in the Medical School of the University. If they success- 
fully complete the work of the first medical year they are graduated with their class 
with the degree of A. B. from St John's College. 

By taking advantage of this privilege a man may complete the Undergraduate 
and Medical courses in seven years. 

During three of these years or until he has completed the work of the Junior 
Class he is a resident student in St. John's College, and for four years he is a resi- 
dent in the Medical School in Baltimore. 

At the end of the fourth year he receives the A. B. Degree and at the end of the 
seven years the M. D. Degree, but credit from Medical School cannot be accepted in 
subjects for which credit has already been given in the College of Liberal Arts. 

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FACULTY. 

THOMAS FELL, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L President. 

Professor of Moral Science. 

JOHN BROCKWAY RIPPERE, M.A Vice-Pbesident. 

(Graduate of Wesleyan University.) 
Professor of Latin. 

JOHN B. WHITE, M.A., (Graduate of Geneva College), Prof, of Greek and Latin. 

BENJAMIN HARRISON WADDELL, M.A., (Graduate of Washington and Lee 
University), Professor of Mathematics. 

CHARLES G. EIDSON, B.S.E.E., M.A., (Graduate of the University of Ten- 
nessee, Associate Member American Institute of Electrical Engineers), 
Professor of Physics and Drawing. 

ADOLF SCHUMACHER, Ph.D., (Graduate of Gottingen and University of Penn- 
sylvania), Professor of French and German. 

SIDNEY GUNN, B.A., M.A., (Graduate of Harvard University), Prof, of English. 

EDMOND EARL LINCOLN, B.A., M.A., (Graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University 
and of Oxford, England), Professor of History and Political Economy 
and Secretary of the Faculty. 

REGINALD H. RJDGELY, B.S., M.A., (Graduate of St. John's College), Pro- 
fessor of Biology. 

JOHN CLIFFORD GRAY, B.A., M.A., (Graduate of Harvard University), Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry and Physics. 

CHAUNCEY St. C. McNEIL, U.S.A., (Lieutenant of the United States Army), 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics and Lecturer on International 
and Constitutional Law. 

THOMAS L. GLADDEN, Superintendent of the Preparatory School and Instructor 
in English and Latin. 

ROSCOE E. GROVE, B.A., (Graduate of St. John's College), Assistant in Pre- 
paratory School. 

SARAH BERRY, Registrar and Secretary for the President. 



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